The Bangladesh Academy of Pathology was officially launched and its first general meeting was held in the Department of Pathology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, on Friday, the 7th of December 2012. A total of 58 specialist pathologists from all over the country were present at the meeting. Twenty councillors were elected, amongst whom, the President, President elect, Vice President, Treasurer and General Secretary were selected for the next two years. The elected councillors were: Dr. A J E Nahar Rahman (President), Dr. Mohammed Kamal (President elect), Dr. Kaniz Rasul (Vice President), Dr. Ashim Ranjan Barua (Treasurer), and Dr. Maleeha Hussain (General Secretary), Dr. Md Sadequel Islam Talukder, Dr. S M Badruddoza, Dr. Sukumar Saha, Dr. Abed Hossain, Dr. M Shahabuddin Ahmed, Dr. AFM Saleh, Dr. PK Gosh, Dr. Shabnam Akhter, Dr. Shamiul Islam Sadi, Dr. Kamrul Hassan Khan, Dr. Farooque Ahmed, Dr Abdul Mannan Sikder, Dr. Col. Mahbubul Alam, Dr. Taslima Hossain and Dr. AUM Muhsin.

Inception of the Bangladesh Academy of Pathology


  1. Mohammed Kamal, VisitingProfessor, Department of Pathology, BSMMU.
  2. Maleeha Hussain, Retd Professor of Pathology, DMC.



Bangladesh Academy of Pathology (BAP), which is now a trusted stakeholder for the histopathologists of Bangladesh, started its journey in 2012 with 58 founder members. The seed of BAP planted in 2012 is now in its full bloom with 370 committed members. Before looking back into the path it has travelled, the early days of surgical pathology needs to be revisited.


During the period of early nineteen sixties to early nineteen seventies, surgical pathology was in its early stages in Bangladesh. Pathology was a combined department that included pathology, microbiology, biochemistry, and clinical pathology in all medical colleges except IPGMR, where pathology was a separate department.Between 1992 and1994, Microbiology became a separate department in the Medical Colleges, later on Clinical Pathology followed them.Until mid-seventies before the establishment of Labex by Dr Moinul Hossain (who left the country in early eighties) and The Medical Laboratory by Prof AJE Nahar Rahman, histopathology examination service was available only in Medical Colleges and IPGMR.

With the emergence of a new generation of pathologists, surgical pathology was gradually gaining momentum in Bangladesh. At the same time, specialists from different disciplines recognized the need for individual professional organization that would exercise scientific activities as well look after the welfare of members. Thus, members from different allied disciplines together formed the Bangladesh Society of Pathologists (BSP) to work under one umbrella. BSP functioned smoothly for one and a half decade but was gradually losing its focus as members of different disciplines began forming their societies or organizations. Between 1999 and 2008, microbiologists, medical biochemists, and laboratory medicine personnel formed their respective associations.


The journey of Histopathologists through BSP, Asia Pacific Association of Societies of Pathologists (APASP), and SACH also paved the way for forming a separate association. After several meeting and conferences,in2012SAARC Association of Cytopathologists and Histopathologists (SACH) was formed with members from SAARC countries. Along with these shared experiences, scientific activities focusing on surgical pathology was expanding.In 2011, the Histopathologists of Bangladesh recognized the need of a separate platform to enhance the scientific and professional status of specialists in teaching, training, and practicing Histopathology. A few senior pathologists conceptualized forming BAP and disseminated the idea among histopathologists in Bangladesh. A study group was formed with the initiation of Prof. Mohammed Kamal to work on the constitution for a dedicated organization of Histopathologists. Dr. Maleeha Hussain was assigned the responsibility of making a draft constitution which she accepted gracefully.


The name ‘Bangladesh Academy of Pathology (BAP)’ was proposed for the new organization.

After reviewing constitutions of surgical pathology societies of other countries and Divisions of the International Academy of Pathology (IAP) in neighboring and other countries, a draft constitution was proposed for the new organization, wheremembership criteria, the structure of the office bearers and the election procedure were outlined based on IAP guidelines . This was done so that the organization can achieve international recognition and affiliation of IAP in the future.

From 2011 to 2012, there were many discussions in small groups, on proposed constitutions and refinements were made to the membership criteria and the election procedure to form an inclusive committee where histopathologists from Cox’s Bazar toDinajpur can have representation.


The proposed organization had the following objectives: 1. To promote the knowledge and skill of histopathologists. 2. To uphold the interests of histo and cytopathologists. 3. To organize meetings, congresses, lectures, seminars, workshops, etc. to disseminate the latest information related to histopathology. 4. To foster education in histopathology in different institutions. 5. To initiate affiliation with the International Academy of Pathology (IAP) and other organizations. The draft constitution was distributed among the histopathologists to have comments, suggestions and recommendations.


A meeting was held on 7th December, 2012, at the Department of Pathology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University with the aim of forming the BAP. The meeting was attended by 58 specialist pathologists from across the country. The proposed constitution was adopted through a popular vote by raising of hands and the signatures of the 58 founder members, officially launching the ‘Bangladesh Academy of Pathology’. After that the first general meeting was held at the same venue, followed by the first election to elect 20 councillors, who in turn elected the first office bearers of BAP.


During the council meeting, the councillors elected the new office bearers for the upcoming two years. The newly elected office bearers were Dr. A J E Nahar Rahman as President, Dr. Mohammed Kamal as President-elect, Dr. Kaniz Rasul as Vice President, Dr. Ashim Ranjan Barua as Treasurer and Dr. Maleeha Hussain as General Secretary. The following councilors were also elected: Dr. Md Sadequel Islam Talukder, Dr. S M Badruddoza, Dr. Sukumar Saha, Dr. Abed Hossain, Dr. M Shahabuddin Ahmed, Dr. AFM Saleh, Dr. PK Ghosh, Dr. Shabnam Akhter, Dr. Shamiul Islam Sadi, Dr. Kamrul Hassan Khan, Dr. Farooque Ahmed, Dr. Abdul Mannan Sikder, Dr. Col. Mahbubul Alam, Dr. Taslima Hossain, and Dr. AUM Muhsin. The council also issued a press release regarding the same.


The office of BAP was functioning without a proper logo until Prof. Kamal took the responsibility of designing one. He presented a few logo samples, and one was approved by the committee before the 1st National Convention on 4th December, 2014. The BAPprogressedsmoothly with much enthusiasm, except for the lengthy registration process. In 2016, Brigadier Dr. Mahbubul Alam, as General Secretary of BAP and Professor Paritosh Kumar Ghosh successfully completed the registration of BAP. Another significant milestone was the launch of ‘The Journal of Histopathology and Cytopathology’ in January 2017, which has been running successfully for last eight years. Although BAP achieved many accomplishments, there is still much to be done, including improvement of histopathology and cytology services, providing training in sub-specialties, affiliation with IAP, continuing medical education, quality assurance of the training within the country, upgrading the JHC to a high impact journal, and safeguarding the interest of themembers.


The founding members of BAP have given up their time,energy, and passion to make BAP a fast growing, well reputed organization in the country. Now it is the aspiring young pathologists who are to carry the torch of BAP and the seniors are always by their side to cheer, inspire and guide. Let BAP be the voice of the Histopathologists of Bangladesh and the architect to shape their professional future.



“Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives – choice, not chance, determines your destiny” – Aristotle.


Members of Bangladesh Academy of Pathology (BAP)

Here is a list of BAP members sorted according to member id (MID).
[For any update, please contact Dr. Sadequel Islam Talukder sadequel@yahoo.com]
Please, contact Dr. Moshiur Rahman (mobile – 01715761016) to become a new member


Professor Mohammed Kamal
Department of Pathology, BSMMU, Dhaka.
E-mail: kamalzsr@yahoo.com

Professor Kamrul Hasan Khan
Department of Pathology, BSMMU, Dhaka.
Cell: 8801711563480
E-mail: kamrulkhan7@hotmail.com


Professor Md. Golam Mostafa
Former Professor of Histopathology
National Institute of Cancer Research Hospital, Dhaka.
E-mail: dmgm.path@gmail.com


Prof. A J E Nahar Rahman
Professor of Pathology, BIRDEM, Dhaka
Cell: 01713014569
E-mail: shafiqcdc@yahoo.com


Professor Tamanna Choudhury
M Phil (Path)
Medical College for Women and Hospital (MCWH)
Uttara, Dhaka 1230
cell no. 01711542328
email: ctamanna317@yahoo.com
Updated: 23/2/2019


Dr. Ferdousy Begum
Professor and Chairman
Department of Pathology
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Dhaka.
Practicing place:
Ibnesina Radiology and Imaging Center
Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka
Mobile: 8801727576507
email: ferdousy_begum2000@yahoo.com


Dr. AKM Nurul Kabir
M. Phil (Path)
Associate Professor
Present Posting Place:
Dept. of Pathology.
BSMMU. Dhaka.
Practicing Place:
Popular Diagnostic Centre, Narayanganj.
email: Kabir56@gmail.com


Dr. Sultana Gulshana Banu
Degrees: MD (Pathology)
Designation:Associate Professor, Pathology
Present Posting Place: BSMMU, Dhaka
Practicing Place: Kidney Foundation Hospital, Mirpur,Dhaka
Mobile:01552-493970, 01775-548458
email: sgbanu.bsmmu@gmail.com


Dr. Saequa Habib
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology, BSMMU, Dhaka.
Mobile: 8801712900164
Email: saequa20 @yahoo.com
Updated: 17/2/19


Dr. Shabnam Akhter
Associate Professor of Pathology,
BSMMU, Dhaka.



Professor Dr. Maleeha Hussain
Former Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology,
Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka
Cell: 01711680248
Email: drmaleeha@gmail.com

Dr. Taslima Hossain
Degrees: MBBS, FCPS, MD
Designation:Assistant Professor
Present Posting Place:
National Institute of ENT
Practicing Place:Anowara Medical Sevices, Dhaka
Mobile: 01552333484
email: taslimahossain.luna@gmail.com
Updated: 19/2/19

Dr. Shamima Ferdousi
Degrees:M. Phil(Pathology)
Designation:Professor & Head
Present Posting Place:Ibrahim Medical College
Dr. Md. Saidur Rahman
Professor and Head of Pathology,
Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Barishal
Cell: 8801711175862
email: saidur.litu@gmail.com

Dr. Touhid Uddin Rupom
Assistant Professor and Head
Shaheed Tajuddin Medical College
Cell: 01712174847

Email: touhidrupom1234@yahoo.com

Dr. Md. Mahmudul Huda (Himel)
Assistant Professor of Pathology,
Dhaka National Medical College, Dhaka.
Professor Dr. Naila Huq
Head of the Department of Pathology
Mugda Medical College
Cell: 01740947920
Email: nailahuqpopy@gmail.com
Dr. Mashud Parvez
Associate Professor of Histopathology,
Department of Pathology, Dhaka Shishu (Children) Hospital,
Sher E Bangla Nagar, Dhaka 1207.

Professor Dr. Md. Aminul Haque
MBBS, M Phil (Path)
Designation:Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place:President Abdul Hamid Medical College, Karimganj, Kishoreganj
Practicing Place:Haque Pathology, Charpara, Mymensingh

Professor Dr. A F M SALEH
Degrees:MD in Pathology
Designation: Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place:
Mymensingh Medical College
Practicing Place:Mymensingh

Dr. M N Ahmed Mukul
Professor of Pathology,
Ibn Sina Medical College, Shyamoli, Dhaka.
Flat B-7, Lauren Vista, 169, elephant road, Dhaka
Cell: 01552372840, 01710852298

Dr. Ahmed Khaled
Evercare, former Apollo Hospital Dhaka
Cell: 01726467926
Updated: 5/8/2020


Dr Md Shamim Farooq (Titu)
Degrees:MD Pathology
Designation: Professor (CC)
Present Posting Place:Dhaka National Medical College. 53/1, Johnson Road, Dhaka – 1100.
Practicing Place: Working in ‘The Laboratory ‘ and few diagnostic centers at old Dhaka City .
Mobile:01979227555, +8801730261185
updated: 6/5/2019

Prof. Paritosh Kumar Ghosh
Professor of Pathology,
Bangladesh Medical College, Dhaka.
Cell: 01819247290

Dr. Fauzia Jahan
Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Bangladesh Medical College, Dhaka
Cell: 01715254067


Professor Dr. Mirza Hamidul Huq
MBBS, M Phil (Path)
Designation: Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place: Community Based Medical College, Mymensingh
Practicing Place: Mirza Pathology, Charpara, Mymensingh
Mobile: 01711480233
updated: 28/2/2019

Prof. Fouzia Akhtar Banu
Flat-6, House- 34 B, Road -5, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka 1209.
Cell: 01711860016


Professor Abdul Mannan Sikder
Former Professor of Pathology, Cittagong Medical College
Principal, Enam Medical College, Savar, Dhaka.
Cell: 88 01713037007
Email: sikderam@gmail.com
Updated: 10/12/2022


Brig Gen (Prof) Sk Md Jaynul Islam
Adviser Specialist in Pathology
Dhaka Cantonment
Mobile:  01911262258
Email : jaynul.islam@gmail.com
Updated: 3/12/2021



Dr. S M Mahbubul Alam
Professor of Pathology
Evercare Hospital, Dhaka

Cell: 8801716854021
Email: mahbubhistopath@gmail.com


Prof. Md. Zillur Rahman
Department of Pathology
BSMMU, Dhaka
Email— drzillur@gmail.com
Updated: 2/12/2021


Professor Dr. Tareak Al Nasir
Director Lab Medicine and Senior Consultant Histopathology,
Islami Bank Foundation Reference Laboratory, Dhaka.
email: tareakalnasir2027@gmail.com
Cell: 8801324299116


Professor Ashim Ranjan Barua
Department of Pathology, BSMMU, Dhaka.
Cell: 01711980809

Professor Dr. Sayed Ahmed
Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology,
Southern Medical College,


Professor Md. Fazlur Rahman
Executive Director,
Anwer Khan Modern Medical College and Hospital,
Road 8, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka,
email: dmfrahman52@gmail.com
Cell: 01711419696


Professor Dr. Shamim Akhter Mimi,
MBBS, MPhil, Pathology( IPGM & R),
Professor and Head
Department of Pathology,
Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College,
Practicing place-
1.Mimi’s care,
Histopathology & Cytopathology centre.
2.Mediaid diagnostic centre,
Modhushahid, Sylhet.
Mobile: 8801819580474
email: shamimakhtermimi@gmail.com
updated: 6/12/2022


Professor Dr. Joydeep Datta Dupta
Professor and Head
Department of Pathology
Comilla Medical College
Practicing Place:
Mobile : 01711825052
updated: 7/1/2023

Professor Dr. Farooque Ahmed
Department of Pathology,
Anwar Khan Medical College,
Cell: 8801821580090

Professor Dr. Shah Monir Hossain
House#36, Road#02, Dhanmondi R/A , Dhaka-1209.
Cell: 8801711528821
email: smhossain4@gmail.com


Professor Dr. ASM Mostaque Ahmed
MBBS, M Phil(Path), MD(Path)M
Professor and Head, Departmemt of Pathology
Principal,CMOSH Medical College
Chattagram Maa-O-Shishu Hospital Medical College, Agrabad, Ctg.
Mobile No: +8801819627349,
Email: ahmed.cmoshmc@yahoo.com
Updated on: 16/5/2017


Professor Dr. Kaniz Rasul
Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology,
Shaheed Mansur Ali Medical College,
Plot 26, Road 10, Sector 11, Uttara, Dhaka 1230
Cell: 01711826165


Dr. Kawser Parveen
Associate Professor, Department of Pathology,
Uttara Adhunik Medical College, Dhaka


Dr. S M Khodeza Nahar Begum
Sirajul Islam Medical College, Dhaka
Director and Chief Consultant
Department of Pathology, Bangladesh specialized Hospital
Shyamoli, Dhaka
email: khodeza33@hotmail.com
Cell: 01711904348


Dr. Farida Arjuman
Degrees: FCPS (HISTOPATHOLOGY) MCPS (Clinical Pathology)
Associate Professor of Histopathology
National Institute of Cancer Research and Hospital ( NICRH)
Mobile: 01715520165
email: drarju35cmc@gmail.com
Updated: 22/3/2019




Dr. Md. Taufiq
Specialist Pathologist, Square Hospital,
Panthapath, Dhaka 1205
email: susanbd71@gmail.com
updated: 7/2/2021


Dr. Mohd. Tariqul Islam
Senior Consultant
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
Asgar Ali Hospital, Dhaka- 1204.
Cell: 8801712225361
Email: tariq3117@gmail.com
Update: 11/2/2022


Dr. Sayeed Hossain Khan
Former Associate consultant ,
Square Hospital, Dhaka

Dr. Bidoura Naznin
Pathology &  Laboratory Medicine
Square Hospital Ltd, Panthapath, Dhaka
Cell: 8801711118376
e-mail: nazninbidoura@gmail.com


Dr. Mamun Ali Biswas
MBBS, M D (Pathology)
Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Enam Medical College, Savar, Dhaka
Cell: 01827898144
Updated: 24/2/2019


Professor Dr. Abed Hossain
Professor of Pathology,
Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College,
Cell: 01711879766

Dr. Shamoli (Dropped)


Professor Dr. Nazma Afroze
Department of Histopathology,
Cell: 01817124747
email: afrozenazma@yahoo.com






Professor Dr Md Ashraful Alam
Degrees:MBBS,M Phil(Pathology)
Present Posting Place:Rangpur Medical College
Practicing Place:Rangpur
email: drashraful09 @gmail.com
Updated: 5/12/2021


Professor Dr. Mohammed Shahed Ali Jinnah
Degrees: MBBS, MD (Pathology)
Designation: Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place: Natinal Institute of Laboratory Medicine and Referral Centre
Practicing Place: Popular Diagnostic Center, Shantinogor Branch






Dr. Sukumar Saha
Degree: MD (Pathology)
Senior consultant
Department of Pathology
Shahid Sheikh Abu Naser Specialized Hospital, Khulna.
Mobile: 8801712522726
Email: suku_saha@yahoo.com
Passed MD (Pathology) from BSMMU in 2006.

Mailing Address:
Dr. Sukumar Saha
Department of Pathology
(Room No: 140)
Shaid Sheikh Abu Naser Specialized Hospital, Khulna.

Dr. Khandoker Meskat Hossain
Assistant Professor of Cytopathology,
National Institute of Cancer Research Hospital, Mohakhali, Dhaka.


Dr. Md. Sadequel Islam Talukder
MBBS, M Phil (Pathology)
Senior Consultant and In Charge,
Hospital Pathology
Community Based medical College Hospital, Bangladesh
Winnerpar, Churkhai, Mymensingh.

Ex-Associate Professor and Head
Department of Pathology
Mymensingh Medical College, Mymensingh
Practice Place: Talukder Pathology Lab, 201, Charpara, Mymensingh
Mobile: 8801711683046
Email: sadequel@yahoo.com
Mailing Addtress:
Talukder Pathology Lab, 201, Charpara, Mymensingh
Mobile: 8801711683046


Professor Dr. Ruhini Kumar Das
Department of Pathology,
M Abdur Rahim Medical College,
Cell: 01711361198


Mobile: 01923265718
email: rezadewan22@gmail.com
Updated on 22/5/2017


Professor Dr. Md. Shamsuzzaman
Head, Department of Pathology, Rangpur Medical College, Rangpur


Dr. Md. Mostafizur Rahman Akanda
Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Rangpur Medical College, Rangpur.
Cell: 01819167267


Dr. Md. Nizam uddin (Dropped)


Dr. Gulshan Sofdar
Associate Professor,
National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases,
Sher E Bangla Nagar, Dhaka
Cell: 01715180427


Dr. Prodip Bhattachargee
Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong.





Prof. Dr. M. Shahab Uddin Ahamad
M Phil (Pathology),
Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology,
Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong.
Cell: 8801712129400
Email: ahamad.shahab@yahoo.com
Updated: 6/12/2022


Dr. S.M. Badruddoza
Professor of Pathology,
Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi
Cell: 01711427218


Professor Dr. Abu Ubaid M Muhsin
Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology,
MH Samorita Medical College, Dhaka
Mailing Address:
Flat# 103, Eastern Dream,
7, Segunbagicha,
Dhaka 1000
Mobile: 8801715004359
email: aumuhsin@yahoo.com


Dr. Md. Ahsan Habib
Department of Pathology,
Rangpur Medical College, Rangpur


Professor Dr. Meherunnesa
Professor, Department of Pathology,
Shaheed Suhrwardy Medical College,
Sher E Bangla Nagar, Dhaka
cell 01713228358







Dr. S M Asafudullah
Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology,
Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi.
Mobile: 8801715059262
Email: drshamol@gmail.com
Updated on: 19/9/2021


Professor Dr. Naba Kumar Saha
Professor (retired), Department of Pathology,
Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College, Sylhet.
Cell 8801711966577
Email: nksaha62@yahoo.com


Professor Enamul Kabir
Degrees:MBBS, M.Phil Pathology, M.Sc Pathology by Research(UNSW, Sydney, Australia)
Designation:Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place:Dept. Of Pathology, Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka, Bangladseh
Practicing Place:


Dr. Tahminur Rahman (Dropped)MID:74

Dr. Md. Obaidul Alam
MBBS, MCPS, M Phil (Path)
Designation:Senior Consultant Pathology
Present Posting Place:Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam Medical College, Kishoreganj
Practicing Place:Central Pathology Lab, Charpara, Mymensingh


Professor Dr. Harunur Rashid Khan Shilpi
Department of Pathology,Sir Salimullah Medical College, Mitford, Dhaka.


Professor Dr. Shamiul Islam Sady
Director MBDC & Line Director TBL & ASP
Mohakhali, Dhaka
Cell: 01712591887


Dr. Samia Naz
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Rangpur Medical College, Rangpur


Dr. Rukshana Akhter Jahan
Associate Professor, Pathology Department,
Rajshahi Medical College.


Professor Syed Mokarram Ali
Chief Consultant Pathologist,Delta Medical College and Hospital,Darus Salam, Mirpur, Dhaka.
email: delta@delta_hospital.com


Dr. Md. Atiqur Rahman
MBBS, M. Phil (Pathology)
Designation: Professor
Department of Pathology
Enam Medical College, Savar, Dhaka
Cell: 01734713708
e-Mail: mdatiq07@gmail.com
Updated: 24/2/2019


Dr. Abu Khalid Muhammad Maruf Raza
Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Zahurul Islam Medical College, Bazitpur


Dr. Farzana Tabassum (Tumpa)
MBBS, MD (Pathology)
Associate Professor and Head of Department Pathology
United Medical College, Dhaka.
Mobile: 8801746749631
email: farzanapatho@gmail.com


Professor Dr. Md. Nowfel Islam
Degrees: MBBS, M phil, MCPS, EMPH, FCPS
Designation:Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place:National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital, Dhaka
Practicing Place:Dhaka Biopsy and Cytodiagnostic Laboratory, Eskaton, Dhaka
Updated: 5/6/2017


Prof. Dr. ASM Mahmud Hasan
Prof. &Head, Deptt. of Pathology
Monno Medical College



Dr. Nazneen Naher Aymon
Assistant Professor of Pathology
Sir salimullah Medical College, Dhaka


Professor Aminul Islam Khan
Square Hospital, Dhaka
Cell: 01819244424


Dr. Shahnaj Begum
Associate Professor.
Department of Pathology,
Sir Salimullah Medical College, Mitford, Dhaka.
Mobile: 8801715160555
Email: dr.shahnaj68@gmail.com
Updated: 20/2/2019


Professor Dr. Ruksana Jeba

Professor & Head
Department of Pathology.
Dhaka Medical College.
Mob: 8801716414381



Dr. Sabrina Razzaque
Degrees: MBBS,MD(Path)
Designation:Associate Professor (C.C.)
Workplace:Medical College for Women & Hospital
Practicing Place:Popular Diagnostic Centre, Uttara, Dhaka
Mobile: 01711828257
Email: shibon_05@yahoo.com
Updated: 22/02/19


Dr. Jesmin Naz Ferdous
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka.



Dr.Md.Tokres Ali,
M.Phil (Pathology),
Associate Professor & Head,
Dept. of Pathology,
Khulna City Medical College, Khulna.
Mobile: 8801827704601
Updated on: 12/2/2021


Professor Dr. Syed Salahuddin Ahmed
Prof. of Pathology (retired).
Senior Consultant (Pathology).
Delta Hospital Ltd.
Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Mobile: 01715024705
Email: amdsala2000@yahoo.com
Updated: 18/4/2024


Dr. Nazmul Baki
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Uttara Adhunik Mecical College, Dhaka.
Mobile: 01711247185
Email: doctornazmulpath@gmail.com


Dr. Ambia Begum
Degrees:MBBS, M Phil (Pathology)
Designation:Associate Professor of Pathology
Present Posting Place:Community Based Medical College Bangladesh.
Practicing Place:
Updated: 7/2/2019

MID: 95

Dr Shahanaz Jahan
Associate Professor of Pathology,
Community Based Medical College, Mymensingh.
Phone: 8801716235481
Update: 7/3/2024


Professor Md Moinuddin Chisty
Degrees: MBBS,M Phil(Path), Ph.D(Japan), FRCP(UK)
Designation: Professor
Present Posting Place: BasundharaAddin Medical College, Dhaka.
Practicing Place: Labaid, Gulshan-2

Mailing address:
House-949/3F, Road-14, Avenue-2, Mirpur DOHS, Dhaka-1216
Mobile: 01711620858, 01626417430
Email: chisty361@gmail.com

Updated on 13/02/2021


Dr. Nadira Majid
Associate Professor,
Delta Medical College, Dhaka
cell 8801819297216


Dr. Afia Akther
Assistant Professor,
Delta Medical College, Dhaka
cell 8801819148786


Dr. Khaleda Khanam


Professor Dr. Md. Nasimul Islam
Professor and Head,
Department of Pathology, SSMC
email: nasimul83@yahoo.com


Dr Kazi Nishat Ara Begum
Degrees: MBBS, MD (Pathology)
Designation:Associate Professor
Present Posting Place:Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka
Practicing Place:
Mobile: 8801795362641
email:knab63@ gmail.com


Dr. Mousumi Ahmed
Associate Professor,
Department of Pathology, BIRDEM
cell 8801714003820
email: mousumi1406@gmail.com


Professor Dr. Farah Sarmin
Professor and Head.
Department of Pathology
National Medical College, Dhaka.


Dr. Zaman Ahmed Junior
Assistant Profesoor
Department of PathologyNoakhali A M Medical College


Dr. Anisa Khanam
Associate Consultant,
United Hospital


Dr. Saiyeda Sinthia Karim
MBBS, MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor, Pathology
Dhaka medical college, Dhaka.
Cell: 01715255709
email: sinthiakarim@yahoo.com


Dr. Kanij Fatema Choudhury
Lecturer, MAG Osmani Medical College, Sylhet


Dr. Md. Habibur Rahman
Senior Medical Officer,
Pathology Unit, Medical Center R.U.


Dr. Md. Abdul Mazid Sarder
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology,
Jessore Medical College


Dr. Arefa Sultana
AAssistant Professor
Department of Pathology,
Rajshahi Medical College.


Dr. Sharmin Ferdousi
Lecturer, Department of Pathology,
Rajshahi Medical College.


Dr. Sarder Md. Abu Horaira
Assistant  Professor,
Department  of Pathology,
Rajshahi  medical  college.
Mobile  01713228371


Dr. Khadiza Khanam
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Rajshashi Medical College


Dr. Shameem Akhter
Lecture, Department of Pathology,
Rajshashi Medical College


Professor M B Zaman
Professor of Pathology
N Y Medical college


Dr. Afroza Begum
Associate Professor of Pathology and Consultant
Anwer Khan Modern Medical College and Modern Diagnostic Centre ltd,
Dhanmondi Rd. 8, Dhaka.
Cell: 01671520032
email: afroza.mithila@gmail.com


Dr. A.K.M. Rownak Hossain Chowdhury
Professor & Head
Department of Pathology
TMSS Medical College, Bogura.
Cell: 8801712770043
E- mail: rownakch@gmail.com
Updated: 05/12/2021



Dr. Farzana Hafiz
Specialist, Square Hospital Ltd., Dhaka.


Dr. Fahmida Akter Rima
Department of Pathology,Dhaka Medical College.


Dr. Wasim Selimul Hque
Classified Specialist in Pathology, AFIP Dhaka Cantt.


Dr. Md. Khurshid Alam
MBBS, M.Phil (Pathology, BSMMU)
Associate Professor
Eastern Medical College, Cumilla.
Practicing Place : The Alpha Laboratory, Cumilla.
Mobile: 01711422321
E- mail: khurshid2008bd@gmail.com
Updated: 19/2/2019


Dr. Fahmida Huq
MD Pathology
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology
Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka
Cell:  8801715302170
Email: fahmidahuq1969@gmail.com
Updated: 19/2/19


Dr. Mohammad Mosiur Rahman
Degrees:MBBS, MD
Designation:Assistant Professor
Present Posting Place:Department of Pathology, Banghabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka
Practicing Place:Dhaka


Dr. Shamoli Mostafa
MBBS, M Phil (Pathology)
Associate Professor
AIMSTU, Malaysia


Dr. Nusrat Jahan RunaMD (Pathology)
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Dhaka Central International Medical College
Ring Road, Shyamoli, Dhaka
Mobile: 8801712627015
Email: njruna03@gmail.com


Dr. Nahid Kaizerr
Shahauddin Medical College


Dr. Shahnaz Pervin
MD Pathology
Lecturer of Pathology
Shohrawardi Medical College
email: shahnazpervin27@gmail.com


Dr. Shamim Ara Keya
M Phil Pathology
Lecturer of Pathology
Shohrawardi Medical College
email: keyaparash@gmail.com


Dr. Rumman Sharmin
Dhaka Medical College


Dr. Farjana Ferdousi
Cell: 01819142118


Dr. Sk Salowa Sultana
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Ad Din Medical College, Dhaka
Cell: 01740850022
Email: salowasultana257@gmail.com
Updated: 9/2/2019


Dr. Zubaida Bahroon Khan
Degrees: MBBS. MD (Pathology)
Designation: Assistant Professor,Pathology
Present posting place: Dhaka Medical College
Phone number: 8801735376657
email address:  zubaidabahroonkhan@gmail.com


Dr. Rita Paul
MBBS, MD (Path)
Associate Professor
Ibrahim Medical College, Dhaka.
Email: ritapaul16@gmail.com
Mobile No: 01716252650
Updated: 3/8/2020


Dr. Syeda Asfiya Ara
M Phil (Pathology)
Lecturer of Pathology, Chittagong Medical College,


Dr. Rehana Jahan
M Phil (Pathology)
Lecturer of Pathology,
Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong


Dr. Shahee Systa Mosarrat
M Phil (Pathology)
Assistant  Professor
Department  of  Pathology.
Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong
Email: lipimetro@yahoo.com
Updated: 5/8/2020

Dr. Md. Ismail Hossain
M Phil (Pathology)
Lecturer of pathology
Chittagong Medical College


Dr. Saiful Islam
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Rangamati Medical College


Dr. Sayeeda Nasreen
M D (Pathology)
Department of Pathology


Dr. Jasmin Akhter
MD (Pathology)
Professor and Head
Department of Pathology
City Medical College, Gazipur


Name: Prof. Dr. Niranjan Chandra Basak
Degree: M.B.B.S, D.C.P, MD(Pathology)
Designation: Professor and Principal
Place of Present Post: Pabna Medical College, Pabna
Practising Place: Rajshahi
Email: niranjanbasak0@gmail.com
Mobile: 01713228361

Updated: 5/8/2020


Dr. Abu Anis Khan
MBBS,MD (Pathology )
Consultant (Histopathology)
Phone: 8801924069933
Email: abuaniskhan@gmail.com
Job place: Sheikh Fazilatunnessa Mujib Memorial Kpj Specialized Hospital

Updated: 1-4-2023


Dr. Afroz Shirin
MBBS, MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Enam medical College, Savar
Mobile: 01711365731
Email: drafrozshirin@gmail.com
Updated: 24/2/2019


Professor Dr. Nazrul Islam Bhuiyan
Sylhet Women Medical College


Prof. A. Q. M. Abdul Hye
Professor of Pathology
Present Posting: Professor & Head, Department of Pathology, SMAGOMC
Practicing Place: Consultant (Histo & Cytopathology), Al Haramain Hospital Pvt. Ltd; Sylhet
Cell No. +8801611336441 & +8801711336441.
E-mail: aqmah63@gmail.com


Dr. Himangshue Bardhan
Senior Consultant


Prof. Dr. Suchana Nazrin
Head, Department of Pathology
North East Medical College, Sylhet
Mobile: 01765886863
Email: nazrinsuchana@gmail.com


Dr. Sabbir Hossain
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology



Dr. Md. Abdul Mazid Khan
Degree: M.Phil (Pathology), DCP,  MCPS (Clinical Pathology)
Senior Consultant Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Mount Adora Specialized  Hospital, Akhalia, Sylhet
Ex- Assistant Professor Pathology
MAG Osmani Medical College, Sylhet.
Practicing Place: Lab Aid Diagnostic Ltd. Sylhet Branch
Mobile: 01711-383064
Email: mmazid1961@yahoo.com

Updated: 11/11/2022


Dr. Md. Shafiqul Haque Chowdhury
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology


Dr. Nibedita Das Pew
MBBS, M. Phi(Pathology) 
Associate Professor
Dept of Pathology
Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College
Email: dr.pew89@gmail.com
Mobile: 01711149690


Dr. Sharmin Farhana Rahman
Designation: Associate Professor (Pathology), Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College
Mobile No.: 01715336452
Email Address: konasfr73@yahoo.com


Dr Jain Fatema
M. Phil (Path),
Associate Professor (cc),
Sheikh Hasina Medical College,
Mailing address –
124, payra, Darga Mohollah, Sylhet.
E- mail:  jainfatema@ymail.com,
mobile: 8801680885055

Updated: 18/2/2022


Dr. Nazma  Parvin Ansari
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Community Based Medical College, Mymensingh
Mobile: 8801727428441
Email: palashansaripath@gmail.com
Updated: 17/2/2019



Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed
MBBS, M. Phil (Pathology)
Associate Professor (Current Charge)
Department of Pathology
Kushtia Medical College
Email: imtiaz3939@gmail.com
Mobile: 8801716228525
Updated: 3/8/2020


Dr. Kazi Md. Shahidur Rahman
M Phil (Pathology)
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Monno Medical College, Manikgonj


Professor Dr. Most. Naznin Nahar
Head of The department of Pathology
Dhaka Central International Medical College
Cell: 8801712556187
Email: dr.nazninnahar@gmail.com
Updated: 29/2/2024


Dr. Nazmul Islam
Assistant Professor
Army Medical College Cumilla
Mobile: 8801710802747
Email: nazmul47@gmail.com
Update: 21/2/2019


Dr. Nasrin Sultana

Dr. Md. Shahadat Hossain
MD(Pathology, BSMMU)
Associate professor.
Ad-din Women’s Medical College.
Practicing place- Ad-din Women’s Medical College Hospital.
E-mail: dr.shossain@yahoo.com
Mobile: 01766323519
updated: 17/2/19


Dr. Farhad Mahmud
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Shaheed Suhrawardi Medical College, Dhaka
email: farhadbabu@gmail.com


Dr. Md. Qumrul Hassan


Dr. Farhana Islam 
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Popular Medical College, Dhaka
email: ifarhana2006@gmail.com
updated: 6/2/2019


Dr. Tamanna Binta Hasan


Dr. Monira Parveen



Dr .Mst. Sayedatun Nessa

MD Pathology (BSMMU)

Associate professor and head

Department of Pathology

Northern International Medical College

Cell no.01717502911


Dr. Nayeema Rahman
Degrees: MD (Pathology)
Designation:Associate Professor, Pathology
Present working place : Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical college. Uttara, Dhaka
email: rahman.nayeema21@gmail.com


Dr. Khurshida Samad
Junior Consultant, Pathology
NIENT, Tejgao, Dhaka
email: khurshida.samad@gmail.com


Dr. Tamanna-E-Nur
M.D. (Pathology, BSMMU on July 2015)
Associate Professor Army Medical College
Email: drtamannaenur@gmail.com
Mobile: 01670672248


Dr. Mahtab Uddin Ahmed


Dr. Md. Mokter Hossain
MBBS, MCPS(Clinical Path), MCPS(Family Medicine), M Phil (Path), PhD (Gastric Cancer)
Author of book “Cancer” in Bangla
Assistant Professor, Pathology
Khulna Medical College, Khulna
Mobile: 01711309067
Email: mokterhossain4351@yahoo.com
Updated on: 17/4/2019

Dr. Mohammad Tanvir Kayes
MBBS, M Phil (Pathology)
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam Medical College
Mailing Address:

Medilab health centre

Station Road, Kishoreganj


Dr. Mehnaz Nasreen
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Rangamati Medical College
Mobile: 01711933252
Mailing Address:
Dr. Mehnaz Nasreen
6B, 1806/A
RFZ Palace,
Mobile: 01711933252


Dr. Rehena Khanam
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Bangladesh Medical College
Mobile: 01785496369


Dr. Md. Azam Saklain
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Jashore Medical College
Mobile: 01712156834
Email: azam_path@yahoo.com
Mailing Address:
ডাঃ মোঃ আযম সাকলায়েন,  ল্যাব এইড ডায়াগনস্টিক সেন্টার,  জেল রোড,  ঘোপ,  যশোর।
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Dr. Ruhul Amin Sarker
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
IBN Sina Medical College, Dhaka
Mobile: 01912239709


Dr. Md. Faizul Bashar
M Phil (Pathology)
Professor of Pathology
Patuakhali Medical College, Patuakhali.
Cell: 01711183458
Email: drfaiz94@gmail.com

MID: 178
Dr. Md. Kamrul Ahsan
Phil (Path)
Associate Professor (Path),
Park View Medical College, Sylhet
Mobile: 8801711268640
Updated: 20/2/2019

MID: 179

Dr. Shajia Chowdhury
M Phil (Path)
Associate Professor (Path)
Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet
Apon Blue Tower
3 Sagordighir Par,  Subidbazar
Sylhet .
Mobile: 8801715409499
Updated: 2/12/2021

MID: 180
Dr. Suchanda Raj
Phil (Path)
Associate professor (Path)
Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet

Updated: 20/2/2019

Prof. Dr. Md. Amjad Hossain Khan
Phil (Path)
Professor, Dept. Path.
Sylhet Women’s Medical College
Updated: 20/2/2019

MID: 182
Dr. Nur-E-Jannatul Ferdous
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor
North-East Medical College, Sylhet
Updated: 20/2/2019

MID: 183
Dr. M A S Ansari
Phil (Path)
Associate Professor, Pathology, Sylnet Womens Medical College, Sylhet
Mailing Address:

Address:Tasmia tower,6/A,mia Fazil chist,SUBIDBAZAR,sylhet.01711463945

MID: 184

Dr. Asaduzzaman
MBBS, MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Department of Histopathology
Sheikh Hasina National Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgery
Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Mailing Address:
Shadhin Mohol (2nd floor)
29/C/1, North Komolapur, Dhaka,-1217

Mailing Address:

ডা. আসাদুজ্জামান আসাদ
স্বাধীন মহল, ৩য় তলা
২৯/সি/১, উত্তর কমলাপুর
ঢাকা – ১২১৭


MID: 185

Dr. Moh. Mahabubul Hoque
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor,
National Institute of Laboratory Medicine and Referral Centre
Updated: 13/1/2022

MID: 186
Dr. Salma Akhter
MD (Path)
Assistant  Professor, Universal Medical College
Updated: 5/8/2020

MID: 187
Dr. Sahela Sultana
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor
Dr. Shirajul Islam Medical College
Updated: 20/2/2019

MID: 188

Dr. Md. Mahabubur Roshed
Assistant  Professor (Path),
Department of Pathology,
Khulna Medical College, Khulna
Cell: 01912446064
Email: roshedm@yahoo.com
Updated: 28/2/2019

MID: 189

Dr. Umme Kulsum Munmun
MBBS, MD( Pathology)
Assistant Professor(Current Charge)
Department of Pathology,
Cumilla Medical College
Mobile no. 01717048615
Email ID: munmundmc61@gmail.com
Mailing address:
Flat no  B4, Iqbal Rahman Tower
Above Star Life Hospital ,
Jhawtala,  Adarsa Sadar, Cumilla.

MID: 190

Dr. Subrata Ray
Assistant Professor,  Pathology.
Sher e Bangla Medical College,
Mb . 01711115357
Email. Subrataray29@gmail.com

MID: 191

MBBS (DMC), MD (Pathology, BSMMU)
Assistant Professor (C.C)
Department of pathology and microbiology
National Institute of Diseases of Chest and Hospital,
Mohakhali, Dhaka.
Mobile: 01712923033
Email: imran.vua@gmail.com


Mailing address-
1. Flat- C, 11th floor, Motaleb Tower-1, 8/2 Paribag, Shahbag, Dhaka-1000.
2. Flat- 2C, 2nd floor, Silicon Sparkle, 35/F/5, Road- 2, Near Kazi office bazar, Shymoli, Dhaka

Updated: 20/12/2021

MID: 192

Dr. Naila Awal
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Green Life Medical College
Mobile: 01719114301
Emal: nailaawal@gmail.com
Updated: 28/2/2019

MID: 193

Dr. Mohammad Ali
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pathology,
Sheikh Sayera Khatun  Medical College
Mobile: 01916184047
Email: ali_mohammad_kln@yahoo.com
Updated: 28/2/2019

Dr. Shirin Gull Zabin
MD (Path)
Pathologist, Dhaka Medical College,

MID: 195

Dr. Sharmin Haque
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Bangladesh Medical College

Updated on 12/12/2021


MID: 196
Dr. A S M Akramul Islam
Professor of Pathology
Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College & Hospital

MID: 197
Dr. Monika Mehjabin
MD (Path)
Lecture, Dept. of Pathology, Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College

MID: 198
Dr. Sabina Yasmin
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor
Dept of Pathology
Dhaka Medical College

MID: 199

Dr. Prabir Kumar Saha

Associate Professor (Current charge)
Department of Pathology
Sher E Bangla Medical College, Barishal

Mob. 01759215746
Email: prabirsaha1@gmail.com

Updated: 13/1/2022

MID: 200
Dr. Tania Gaffar
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Uttara Adhunik Medical College

MID: 201

Dr. Labiba Yasmin Rahman
MD (Path)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Uttara Adhunik Medical College



MID: 202
Dr. Jahan ARa Shirin
Phil (Path)
Associate Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet

MID: 203
Prof. Abdul Khaleq Akond
Phil (Path)
Professor, Dept. of Pathology
Tahinunnessa Medical College. Dept. of Pathology

MID: 204
Dr. Babul Osman Chowdhury
M Phil (Path)
Professor, Dept. of Pathology,
Chittagong Ma-O-Shishu Medical College

Mailing Address:
National Hospital, Mehedibag, Chittagong,

MID: 205


Dr. Rupash Paul
M Phil (Path)
Assistant Professor and Head,
Dept. of Pathology,
Cox’s Bazar Medical College

MID: 206

Dr. Mitasree Barua
Phil (Path)
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Chandpur Medical College

MID: 207
Dr. Shamima Khanam
M. Phil (Path)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Marine City Medical College

MID: 208

Dr. Abu Mohammad Saem
M Phil (Pathology)
Junior Consultant (Pathology)
Comilla Medical College Hospital, Comilla.
Mobile: 01712186304

Email: saemshampa@yahoo.com

MID: 209
Dr. Ferdous Ahmed
Professor of Pathology
Dhaka Comm. M. C

MID: 210
Dr. Kazi Farzana Khanam
Asst. Professor of Pathology
Dhaka Comm. M. C, Dhaka

MID: 211
Dr. D M Arifur Rahman
Asst. Professor of Pathology
TMSS M. C, Bagura

MID: 212

Dr. Saumitra Chakravarty

Asst. Professor

Dept. of Pathology

Basic Science and Paraclinical Science Building




MID: 213

Dr. Syeda Sadia Afrin
Department of Pathology, Dhaka Medical College


MID: 214

Dr. Mahbuba Zhumur

Department of Pathology, Dhaka Medical College




MID: 215

Dr. Fatima Tuj Jahra
Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology, Aichi Medical College & Hospital




Dr. Urmilata Biswas
Assistant Professor,
Kumudini Women’s Medical College, Tangail.
Flat 6A, 18/1 PFI Sukhon Bari, Central road, Dhaka.
Mob. 01686458947
Email: swaurm@gmail.com

MID: 217

Dr. Raquibul Hasan Kazal
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka.
4/2, Humayan Road, Mohammadpur, Dhaka.
Mob. 01712-230980
Email: raquibulhasan01738@gmail.com

MID: 218

Dr. Sabiha Shabnam
Consultant Pathologist
Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital, Dhaka.
4/2, Humayan Road, Mohammadpur, Dhaka.
Mob. 01717-087202
Email: sabihashabnam1989@gmail.com

MID: 219

Dr. Halima Khatun Doly

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College and Hospital,


Flat 2/A, Building no. 09, Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College Quarter.

Mob. 01673-296724

Email: halimammc43@gmail.com

MID: 220

Dr. Shakila Jannat

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College and Hospital, Sirajgonj

Flat F/6, Building no. 04, Ruposhi proactive village, Mirpur 15, Dhaka.

Mob. 01736-222984

Email: sjannat112@gmail.com

MID: 221

Dr. Mahfuza Jebun Mouri


Department of Pathology

Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka

52/1-B, Ahmednagar, Mirpur -1, Dhaka 1216.

Mob. 01552-721585

Email: jebun.mouri@gmail.com

MID: 222

Dr. Nondita Mudi


Department of Pathology

Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka

27, Green Corner, Green road Dhaka.

Mob. 01712-390753


MID: 223

Dr. Papiya Rahman


Department of Pathology

Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka

148/1, East Ulon, West Rampura, Dhaka 1219.

Mob. 01681-946311

Email: papiyak63@gmail.com

MID: 224

Dr. Syeeda Shiraj-Um-Mahmuda

Medical Officer,

OSD, DGHS, Dhaka

Shapla building, Sher E Bangla Agricultural University, Agargaon, Dhaka.

Mob. 01723-810198

Email: ssmhappy@yahoo.com

MID: 225

Dr. Shawni Saha Sumi


Department of Pathology

Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka

170-171, Elephant Road, Dhaka.

Mob. 01731-596439

Email: ssaha09@gmail.com

MID: 226

Dr. Rumana Afrin Sweety

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Marks Medical College, Dhaka.

258/1, West Shewrapara, Mirpur, Dhaka.

Mob. 01913-895311

MID: 227

Dr. Shifayat Sultana

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Central Medical College, Cumilla.

16, Amir Monjil, Ashoktala, Cumilla.

Mob. 01717-193583

Email: shifayat.sultana.ss@gmail.com


MID: 228

Dr. Tasmia Islam

MD (Pathology), BSMMU.

6/7, Sir Syed Road, Mohammadpur, Dhaka 1217.

Mob. 01717-203306

Email: islamtrishatasmia@gmail.com


MID: 229

Dr. Rizwana Rahman khan

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka.

Flat B5, House 7, Bisya Sahitya Kendra In, Poribag, Dhaka.

Mob. 01675-760097

Email: drizwanasbmc@gmail.com


MID: 230

Dr. Rejwana Nahar


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka.

659/2, North Kafrul, Dhaka cantonment, Dhaka.

Mob. 01798-703657

Email: drrejwana12@gmail.com


MID: 231

Dr. Silpi Pervin


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka

98, Wasa road, west shewrapara, Mirpur, Dhaka-1216.

Mob. 01791-986508

Email: silpipervin@gmail.com


MID: 232

Dr. Julekha Khatun


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka.

House 34, Road 4, Block A, Shehachar, Fatulla, Narayangonj

Mob. 01911-462443

Email: julekhacmc48@gmail.com


MID: 233

Dr. Aklima Dilara Jannat

Medical Officer

Dhaka Dental College Hospital, Dhaka

Flat D6, Building no. 06, Joynagar Govt. Officer Apartment, Mirpur 13,Dhaka.

Mob. 01717-516279

Email: jannattanzil45@gmail.com


MID: 234

Dr. ABM Iftekhar Hossain


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Dental College, Dhaka.

Flat D6, Building no. 06, Joynagar Govt. Officer Apartment, Mirpur 13, Dhaka.

Mob. 01718-662118

Email: ifte_33@yahoo.com


MID: 235

Dr. Md. Ariful Islam

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Monowara Sikder Medical College, Shariatpur.

40, Faydabad, Purana Police Fari, Gonokoborstan Road, Dokshinkhan, Dhaka.

Mob. 01750-366660

Email: MAISLAM870@gmail.com


MID: 236

Dr. Tanshina Afrin
Assistant Professor (CC)
Department of Pathology,
Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi
10, Avoy Das Lane, Tikatuli, Dhaka.
Mob. 01726592409
Email: tanshinaafrin@gmail.com

MID: 237

Dr. Sabera Sultana

Junior Consultant, Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi.

Friends Castle, Flat 6/C, House 362/1, Terokhadia, Cantonment, Rajpara, Rajshahi.

Mob. 8801748832612

Email: sabera44rmc@gmail.com


MID: 238

Dr. S M Moshadeq Hossain

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi.

41/2, uposhohar Housing Estate, Rajshahi.

Mob. 8801711066698

Email: mridulrmcbd@yahoo.com


MID: 239

Dr. Syeda Noorjahan Karim

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Gazi Medical College, Khulna.

Castle Momotaz, Flat 2B, House, Road 09, Sonadanga Residential Area, Khulna Sadar, Khulna.

Mob. 8801676110315

Email: noorjahanska@gmail.com


MID: 240

Dr. Prasun Biswas

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Sheikh Hasina Medical College, Jamalpur.

17, Lichubagan, AQUA, Mymensingh.

Mob. 8801717219972

Email: prasunbiswas.bd@gmail.com


MID: 241

Dr. Susmita Naha

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Shahid Syed Nazrul Islam Medical College, Kishoreganj.

1204, Nilachal, Batrish, Sadar, Kishoregonj

Mob. 8801746777732

Email: dr.susmitanaha@yahoo.com


MID: 242

Dr. Shantanu Biswas


Department of Pathology

Jashore Medical College, Jashore.

926, Bejpara Main Road, Jashore.

Mob. 8801742-101101

Email: shantanurmc@gmail.com


MID: 243

Dr. Md. Abul Hassan


Department of Pathology

Jashore Medical College, Jashore.

Shostitotapara, PTI road, Sadar, Jashore.

Mob. 8801719442046

Email: dr.abulhassan28@gmail.com


MID: 244

Dr. Sifat syeed

Specialist, Histopathology

Labaid Cancer Hospital and Super Speciality Center, Dhaka.

3rd Floor, 7/A, Paribagh, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801716328324

Email: syeedsifat@gmail.com


MID: 245

Dr. Arebia Rahman

Specialist, Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Square Hospital Limited, Dhaka.

House 69/A, Road 15/A, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.

Mob. 01710297538

Email: dr.arebia@gmail.com


MID: 246

Dr. Afsana Papry


Department of Pathology

Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka.

Obokash Society, 55/C/12, Matikata, Dhaka Cantonment,Dhaka.

Mob. 8801313910867

Email: afsana.Papry121.ap@gmail.com


MID: 247

Dr. Nazma Shaheen

Residents Specialist

SFMMKPJ, Savar, Dhaka

House 1070, Road 06, Aveneu -8, Mirpur DOHS, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801678046808

Email: drnazmapathologist@gmail.com


MID: 248

Dr. Md. Shafiqul Alam Tanim

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

US Bangla Medical College, Narayangonj.

Shantibag, Paradogair, Konapara, Demra, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801719050681


MID: 249

Dr. Sarmin Sultana


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka.

211, New Elephant Road, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801714693044

Email: ditty.rang@gmail.com


MID: 250

Dr. Sampurna Sen

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Ad din Sakina Women’s Medical College, Jashore.

G-17, Rupayan Z-A Tower, 115, Shantinagar, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801737690148

Email: samfagun@gmail.com


MID: 251

Dr. Asrafun Nahar

Medical Officer

Airport Health Office.

39, Court Bari, Court Bari Abdullahpur Road, Dakhinkhan, Dhaka.

Mob. 01711472146

Email: dr.asrafunnahar@gmail.com

Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka


MID: 252

Dr. Tarana Tabashum

Associate Professor

Department of Pathology

East West Medical College and Hospital.

House -3, Road -1, Block B, Section 6, Mirpur, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801971414243

Email: dr.tabashum15@gmail.com

MID: 253

Dr. Nasima Akter

Professor (c.c)

Department of Pathology

East West Medical College and Hospital.

B2, House -66, Road -20, Sector- 11, Uttara, Dhaka.

Mob.88 01714217675

Email: nasimaakter0018@gmail.com


MID: 254

Dr. Faiza Nusrat

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

East West Medical College and Hospital.

House -16, Road -9, Sector-1, Uttara, Dhaka.

Mob. 8801817-566293

Email: faizapeu@gmail.com


MID: 255

Dr. Thanadar Ajmiree Flora

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Dr. Sirajul Islam Medical College, Dhaka.

Flat-G5, MCT Asad Garden, 96, Sher E Bangla Road, Rayer Bazar, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1209.

Mob. 8801712900241

Email: ajmiree.flora2020@gmail.com


MID: 256

Dr. Rubina Yasmin
MD (Pathology)
Associate Professor and Head, Department of Pathology
Mymensing Medical College
N/F flat, New building, Staff quarter (medical), Charpara, Mymensingh.
Mob. 8801711363064
Email: rubina.yasmin12@gmail.com

MID: 257

Dr. Nadia Sultana
Clinical Pathologist
Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College
House- 425, Road-07, Block –D, Bashundhara Residential area, Dhaka.
Mob. 8801795398828

MID: 258

Dr. Rizwana Sharmin
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Medical College for Women and Hospital, Uttara.
279, Shahid Baiuzzaman Road. Dhaka Cantonment, Dhaka.
Mob. 01712072821
Email: rizwanasharmin63@gmail.com

MID:  259      Dr. Mohammad Mazharul Islam


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka          40/Uma, Shantinagar, Pir Shaheb ER Goli, Dhaka-1217



MID:  260      Dr. Md. Shahadat Jewel


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka          Lauren Vista, 169 Elephant Road, Hatirpul, Dhaka.



MID:  261      Dr. Sadia Refat Wahid


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka          Azimpur Govt. Colony, Building No-12, Flat-14A, Azimpur, Dhaka.



MID:  262      Dr. Md. Mainul Islam


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka          20, Central Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.



MID:  263      Dr. Oyes Quruni

Assistant Professor  (CC)

Department of Pathology

Sheik Hasina Medical College, Tangail.         Shoptonir Govt Officers Apartment, Lalmatia, Block B,Dhaka.



MID:  264      Dr. Bishnu Pada Dey

Associate Professor

Department of Pathology

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University        Flat No:7/1, 2/KA/14, Nabab Habibullah road Shahbag, Dhaka.



MID:  265      Dr. Md. Shajjad Hossain


Department of Pathology

Dhaka Dental College, Dhaka            House 3 Block-F, Extention Pallabi, Mirpur.



266      Dr. Nafisa Abedin


Sir Salimullah Medical College.

Dhaka. House no :269, Bata Signal, New Elephent Road, Dhaka.



MID:  267      Dr. Ranjita Kundu


Sir Salimullah Medical College.

Dhaka. 6/7/A, Alampana Tower, Segunbagicha, Dhaka.



MID:  268      Dr. Ummey Salma Shabnam

Medical Officer

Department of Pathology and Microbiology

National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital (NIDCH), Dhaka

Rowshan Kunjo, House No-62, Road No-6 Mulatole Pukurpar, Kotowally, Rangpur



MID:  269      Dr. Farhana Alam

Assistant Surgeon (OSD),

DGHS, Mohakhali,


41/39, Block-B, Road-4, Chanmia Housing, Bashbari, Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207.



MID:  270      Dr. Shegufta Sharmin

Associate Professor

Department of Pathology

Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical College,Dhaka.           House-4,Road-10,Sector-6,Uttara,Dhaka.





MID:  271      Dr. Amina Pervin


Mugda Medical College Hospital, Dhaka.     232/1 Green Road.Dhaka-1205.




MID:  272      Dr. SM Masud Alam

Assistant Professor

Pathology Department

Netrokona Medical College    5/4/1, Ashroy, APT #AN 2 Iqbal Road, Mohammadpur, Dhaka.



MID:  273      Dr. Zubaida Islam


Ibrahim Medical College        10/3, 10/4, Tallabagh, Sobhanbagh, Dhaka.



MID:  274      Dr. Ratim Mir


Department of Pathology

STAMC; Gazipur.       Kapasia, Gazipur



MID: 275      Dr. Farida Yeasmin

Senior Consultant (Pathology)

Central Police Hospital, Dhaka.          Vill-Zaora, P.O-Bipulasar, Thana-Monohorganj, Dist-Comilla.



MID:  276      Dr. MD. Shahrior Nahid

Clinical Pathologist

Rangpur Medical College, Hospital.   House #225, Road #05, South kamal kasna, Rangpur-5400,

Mob-01627518626, 01842201031


MID: 277      Dr. Sadia Afroz

Medical Officer

Assistant Surgeon at DGHS   15/1, Eastern Millenium, Topkhana Road,  Segunbagicha, Dhaka.



MID:  278      Dr. Md. Sadrul Alam Hafiz

Associate Professor

Department Of Pathology

Shaheed M’ Monsur Ali Medical College, Sirajgonj. H-17, R-22. Rupnagar R/A, Mirpur, Dhaka.



MID: 279      Dr. Zahir Al Imran


Department Of Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College.      Pollobi, Dhaka.



MID:  280      Dr. Swapna Majumder


Department Of Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi.  68/3, Pabapara, Sopura, Rajshahi.



MID:  281      Mst. Fatema Khatun

Assistant Professor

Department Of Pathology

Udayan Dental College, Rajshahi       Sarkar Auto (Station Road),

Chapai Nawabgonj.



MID:  282      Dr. Nazifa Islam

Assistant Professor

Department Of Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College.      Plot no-38, Road no-02, Parijat Residential Area Vodra, Boalia, Rajshahi.



MID: 283      Dr. Anindita Sarkar

Assistant Professor

Department Of Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College.      Flat no:6/A, 68 Khanshamar Chaliuk, Boalia, Ghoramora, Rajshahi.



MID:  284      Dr. Keya Rani Biswas

Junior Consultant

Department Of Pathology

Rajshahi Diabetic Association.           House No-501/1, kajihata, Rajpara Thana, Rajshahi.



MID: 285      Dr. Samrose Sultana

Assistant Professor

Pabna Medical College.          899, Vatapara, (Bakir Mor) Rajpara, Rajshahi.



MID:  286      Dr. Mst. Mahmuda Khatun


Department Of Pathology

Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi.  Holding no-123, TB Road(Behind GPO), Rajpara, Laxmipur, Rajshahi.



MID:  287      Dr.Rebeka Sultana


Department Of Pathology

Islami Bank Hospital, Rajshahi.          Nahar Lodge, B-530, Laxmipur, Rajshahi.



MID:  288      Dr.Hasna Jannat

Assistant Professor(CC)

Department Of Pathology

Rangpur Medical College.      House# 92, Kazi Nazrul Islam Road, Islampur(Honumantola), Sadar, Rangpur.



MID:  289      Dr. MST. Shahzadi Begum


Department Of Pathology

Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical college.           72, Fateh Paradise, Durga Moholla, Sylhet.



MID:  290      Dr.Md. Neaz Nowsher


Khulna Medical College Hospital       4/1 Nazirghat cross road, Khulna.



MID:  291      Dr.Umama-Tun-Nesa Emita


Khulna Medical College Hospital       44/4, East Link Road, Darogapara, Khulna.



MID:  292      Dr.Mst. Nazneen Nahar Rina


Khulna Medical College Hospital       Vill:Britti Dabi Rajnagar. Post:kancherkole,Thana;Shailkupa,




MID: 293      Dr. Rama Rani Kundu

Assitant Professor (c.c), Pathology

Khulna Medical College Hospital       Vill-Choto Boyra, P.O.G.P.O, Khulna, Thana:Sonadanga, Khulna.




MID: 294      Dr. Ananda Dyuti Hira


Department Of Pathology

Khulna Medical College Hospital, Khulna.    Vill-Hetalbunia, P.O+Thana-Batiaghata, Dist-Khulna.



MID: 295      Dr. Marufa Aktar


Department Of Pathology

Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Barishal.     Kuet Plaza, Sagordi, Barishal.



MID: 296      Dr. Sifat Shams

Medical Officer

National Institute of Neuroscience and Hospital       47/2, Indira road, Farmgate, Dhaka.



MID: 297      Dr. Md. Zahirul Islam

Department Of Pathology

Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Barishal.     Modhu Miar Pool, BM College Road, Barishal.



MID: 298      Dr. Tanzila Afroz


Department Of Pathology

Sir Salimullah Medical College           Flat#7-A, House#385/3, Fru School Street, Hatirpool ,Dhaka.



MID: 299      Dr.Evana Kabir


Department Of Pathology

United Hospital Limited, Ghulshan.  Kalabagan, Dhaka, 205.



MID: 300      Dr. Ferdous Jahan Jui

Assistant Professor

Jalalbad Ragib Rabeya Medical College, Sylhet        61, Vatatikor, Tilagor, Sylhet



301      Dr. Aysha Siddiqua Chowdhury

Assistant Professor

Department Of Pathology

Sylhet Women’s Medical College, Sylhet      Prantik 29/1, Subidbazar, Sylhet.



MID: 302      Dr. Farhana Haque Jony


Department Of Pathology

Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College, Sylhet           House no-5, Munshi Para, Sylhet, 3100.



MID: 303      Dr. Mridul Kumar Saha

Assistant Professor

Colonel Malek Medical College, Manikganj  Vill & P.O: Pirijkandi, Upazila: Raipura, Dist: Narsindi.



MID: 304      Dr. Farhad Ahmed

Assistant Professor

Department Of Pathology

TMMS Medical College & Rafatullah Community Hospital Holding No:11, Ward:27, Baliapukur, P.O: Gharamara, P.S: Boalia , Rajshahi



MID: 305      Dr. Anika Sadaf


Department Of Pathology

Chittagong  Medical College

8, Harish Dattta Lane, Nandankanan, Chittagong.



MID: 306      Dr. Purabi Sarkar

Assistant Professor

Department Of Pathology

Ad-din Akij Medical College Hospital , khulna         Holding No-453/5(KA), Poschim para, Boro Boyna, G.P.O-9000, Khulna.



MID: 307      Dr. Faisal Iqbal Chowdhury

Assistant Professor     Flat A12, Equity Lavania, 30 Mehedibagh, Chattagram



MID: 308      Dr. S.M Maruf -Al-Tanzim


Department Of Pathology

Mymensingh Medical College            477, B-4, Chairmangoli, Nayatola, Moghbazar, Dhaka-1217.



MID: 309      Dr. Sanchita Rani Das

Clinical Pathologist

Laboratory Medicine Department

Mymensingh Medical College Hospital.         8/3, Niyoyi Road Pandit Para, Peace tower, Mymensingh.



MID: 310      Dr. Hoor-E-Jannat Happy


Department Of Pathology

Mymensingh Medical College            Kashba kachari Para, Sherpur Sadar, Sherpur.



MID: 311
Dr. A.R.M Zakaria Bhuiyan

Department Of Pathology
Mymensingh Medical College
322,AR Niketon, Monipur Ghat ,Bolrusg, Sadar, Kishorganj.

MID: 312

Dr. Fateha Nur
Assisstant Professor
Department Of Pathology
Uttara Adhunik Medical College & Hospital


MID: 313

Dr. Farah Imrana
Assisstant Professor
Department Of Pathology
BISH General Hospital Sangsad view apartment 75/1, Indira road, Dhaka.

MID: 314
Dr. Shamim Rahman
Assisstant Professor
Department of Pathology
Jahurul Islam Medical College
House # 04, road#2, Block #D, Section#02, Mirpur-1216.
Email- shamimrahman4054@gmail.com

MID: 315

Dr. Mariam Jamila Shapla
Assistant Professor
National Institute Of Laboratory Medine and Referral Center 1022/A, Probhatibag, L-4
Tilpapra, Khilgaon
Email- mjshapla@gmail.com

MID: 316

Dr. Saba Binta Kabir
Assistant Consultant
The Laboratory
House #1173, Road#12B, Avenue #11, Mirpur, DOHS, Dhaka
Mobile: 01719-167137
Email: sabatory0247@gmail.com

MID: 317

Dr. Sonia Hossain
MD (Pathology)
Department of Pathology
Dhaka Medical College

MID: 318

Dr. Tamanna Jannat
MBBS, MD Pathology
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Prime Medical Collage, Rangpur
Flat no-6/c, `Nazrul Hight”  DC-Mor, Rangpur.
Email dr.tamanna2020@gmail.com
Dr. Mehdi Ashik Chowdhury
MBBS, MD Pathology
Associate Professor
Tairunnessa Memorial Medical Collage, Gazipur, Dhaka. Flat- 4A Mrittika Tower. Noljani, Gazipur, Chowrasta.
Mob- 01746-207484
Email- dr.human-ma@gmail.com
Updated on 16/2/2024
MID: 320
Dr. Fatema Akter
Assistant Professor
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
Flat-2D, Bihongo building, Shaheed Moinul Road, Dhaka, Cantonment
Mob- 017690-51473
Email- tulipsumi@yahoo.com
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 321
Dr. Md. Humayun Kabir
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
Holding no 558/01 Shaheed zia collage road, Dhanmondi, joypurhat
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 322
Dr. Md. Sibli Ahmed
Major, Pathologist
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
South loxmonkhola, Bandar, Narayangonj
Mob- 01710-502378
Email- kishor.amc@gmail.com
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 323
Dr. Hasan Mahmud Shihab
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
Hoouse#244/1, flat#B-2, fast vashantek, baganbari, Dhaka
Mob- 017202-53465
Email- hasanshihab59@gmail.com
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 324
Lt Col Dr Mohammad Sowkat Hossain
Classified Specialist
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
1164, Khulsi-2 R/A. Nasinabad Chittagong, Bangladesh
Mob- 017122-79460
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 325
Col Dr Shamoli Yasmin
Classified Specialist
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
Vill- shamilla, Post office-Bera, Dist-Pabna.
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 326
Dr. Col Md Iqbal Karim
Professor of Pathology
Armed Forces Medical Collage, Dhaka, Cantonment
House no 30, Road no.14/A, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 327
Dr. Nousin Taslima Ferdous
MD (Pathology)
Department of Pathology
Naogaon Medical Collage, Naogaon Vill- Teghoria, Thana: Naldanga, Dist: Natore
Added on 7/3/2024
MID: 328


Lt Col (Dr) Tarana Taslima Tithi
Associate Professor and Classified Specialist in Pathology
Combined Military Hospital, Bogura
C/O Dr.A.B.M Azizul Islam Sakib villa (1st floor) 170 Kalibari Road, Mymensingh

MID: 329

Dr. Sharmistha Dey
MD (Pathology)
Medical Officer
Kurmitola General Hospital, Dhaka Flat-503, House-26, Road No-9/A, Dhamondi


Dr. Shyla Sharmin Snigdha
Assistant Professor
Z.H Sikder Women’s Medical Collage. Flat no- B/8, 42/A Navana Fair View, Jigtola, Dhaka-1209
Email- shyla1727@gmail.com


Dr. Rahat Anjum
Associate Consultant
Apollo Imperial Hospitals Rose Valley R/A, road no- zakir hossian road, Chittagong
Email- anjum.r.dr.@gmail.com


Dr. Zarin Tasnim MD(Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Addin Akij Medical Collge, Khulna
31, Basupara lane, Khulna.
Mob- 01776564855
Email- zarin.tanme@gmail.com


Dr. Bilkis Akter
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Dhaka Central International Medical Collage
House no-188, Flat A1, road no-06, Baitul Aman housing, Adabor, Shyamoli, Dhaka
Email- bilkis2112@gmail.com

MID: 334

Dr. Asma Ul Hosma
Associate Professor
Bashundhara Ad-din Medical College 17/5-B/1 Tollahbagh, Mohamedpur, Dhaka
Email- asma32nd@gmail.com</p/>


Dr. Farzana Rahman
Assistant Professor
NITOR House no-21, Block-H, extension pallabi, Mirpur


Dr. Rumana Mahmud
Assistant Professor
Chattagram Maa-O-Sishu Hospital Medical Collage, Chattagram Hillview R/A, road no:9, House no-156/A Panchlaish, Chattagram


Dr. Tahmina Akhter
Clinical Pathologist
Sheikh Hasina Medical Collage Hospital, Jamalpur 15, Muktijoddha soroni, South Azampur, Dakshin Khan, Dhaka.


Dr. Tasmin Jahan Hazari
MD (Pathology)
Clinical Pathologist
Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Medical Collage Hospital House-41, Hazi Sabu Khan road-1 Dakshinkhan, Uttara,Dhaka


Lt Col Dr. Tonima Talukder
FCPS (Histopath)
Banmed1/10, Minusca, CAR Hosue no- 26, road no-04, Dhaka cantonment


Dr. Tamushree Paul
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Mll Samorita Hospital and Medical College Eastern Palace, 21 Siddeshwari lane, Flat-1/30, Ramana, Dhaka
Mob- 01746632487


Dr. Joy Prokas Biswas
Associate Professor and Head (Pathology)
Netrokona Medical Collage 350-4, Nagra, Netrokona.


Dr. Priyanka Adhikary
MD (Pathology)
Khulna Medical Collage, Hospital, Khulna Vil+ post: Jeala Nalta, Thana: Tala, Dist: Satkhira


Dr. Suporna Saleh
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Dhaka National Medical College House 34 road 3 Shymoli, Dhaka-1207
Mob- 01817055414
Email- suporna.saleh@gmail.com


Dr. Sayedatus Saba
MD (Pathology)
Clinical Pathologist
Dhaka Medical College and Hospital
Begum Ayesha Tower, Flat 7c, 4 Orphana road, Bokshibazar, Dhaka
Email- sayedatussaba1616@gmail.com


Dr. Shahina Akther
MD (Pathology)
Clinical Pathologist
Dhaka Medical College and Hospital
Chandpur Sadar, Chandpur
Mob- 01710305184
Email- shahinaakther86@gnail.com


Dr. Jubyda Shahnur Rashid
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Sir Salimullah Medical Collage 58/cha/4 West Raja Bazar, Dhaka
Mob- 01812442115
Email- jubydad@gmail.com


Dr. Farjana Pervin Nupur
MD (Pathology)
Department of Pathology
Dhaka Medical Collage 48, Jahanara Abdullah villa, New Eskaton, Dike road, Moghbazar, Dhaka


Dr. MD. Muktaduzzaman
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Naogaon Medical Collage
Vill+P.O- Matifata Ps. Srebardi Dist: Shepur


Dr. Tasnim Binte Ahmed
MD Pathology
Mugda Medical Collage
Flat 3c, Shefat Khan Plaza, 1/ Afree school street, Kathalbagan


Dr. Abdul Wahed
MD Pathology
Department of Pathology
Sheikh Hasina Medical college, Tangail Sonapur, chauddagram, Comilla
Email: shouravsomc88@gmail.com

Dr. Jasmine Akhter Jahan
MD Pathology
Department of Pathology
Mugda Medical Collage
44, Reazbag khilgaon Taltola, Dhaka-1219
Email- drjasmine30@gmail.com

Dr. Suriya Haque
MD (Pathhology)
Shaheed Tazudding Ahamad Medical College Hospital, Gazipur 27 Moulovirtak, Khilgaon, Rampura, Dhaka

Dr. Lyzu Sharmin
M Phil (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
National Institute of Cancer Research Hospital House-77,road-3, Mohammadi housing limited, Mohammadpur, Dhaka
Email- lyzusharmin111@gmail.com

Dr. S.M Kamrul Hasan
MD (Pathology)
Junior Consultant (Pathology)
Sarkari Karmachari Hospital, Fulbaria, Dhaka
8k, Bhavan-5, Government officers complex Mirpur, Dhaka
Dr. Lyzu Sharmin
M Phil (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
National Institute of Cancer Research Hospital House-77,road-3, Mohammadi housing limited, Mohammadpur, Dhaka
Email- lyzusharmin111@gmail.com

Dr. Kaniz Fatima
MD (Pathology)
Research Officer
Department of Histopathology
NIENT, Dhaka Flat- A1 Akankha Jalil Garden, 408, free school street, Hatirpool, Dhaka
Email- joty2005.kt22gmail.com

Dr. Tasnim Israt
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Cumilla Medical College Thakur para, Bagan Bari

Dr. Tani Barua
MD Pathology
Clinical Pathologist
Department of Laboratory Medicine
Chittagong Medical College
CPDL park residence, 67 Panchlaish R/A Panchlaish, Chattogram

Dr. Mun Mun Akter
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
City Medical College, Gazipur
712/21, Baitul Aman Housing, Adabor-10, Dhaka

Dr. Md. Towhid Hossain
M.Phil (Pathology)
Professor and Head
Department of Pathology
North Bengal Medical College, Sirajgonj, Dhaka
Shamol bangla resort, guitar taranagar, kalatia,keranigonj, Dhaka
Email- towhid.drhossain@gmail.com

Dr. Israt Jahan
MD (Pathology)
Department of Pathology
Chandpur Medical College, Chandpur, Holding no-182/A, ward no 05(NCC), South Azibpur, Siddhiganj, Narayanganj

>b>Dr. Mst. Shamsunnahar Sultana
M.Phil (Pathology)
Associate Professor
Department of Pathology
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Rangs Kanon.24/1 Mayakanon, Sabujbagh, Dhaka
Mob- 01716617243
Email- drsnahar@gmail.com


MD. Dr. Aktaruzzaman
MD (Pathology)
Department of Pathology
Pabna Medical College House no-G/39, block-G, Shalgaria pabna sadar, Pabna
Email- akter22nd@gmail.com

Dr. Most. Israt Jahan
MD (Pathology)
Associate Professor(CC)
Department of Pathology
M Abdur Rahim Medical College,Dinajpur Balubari,Dinajpur
Email- i.jahar40@gmail.com

MID-364 Dr. Marufa Hasan
MD (Pathology)
Mugda Medical College, Dhaka House No-51/18, road no-12,Shekhertek, Mohammadpur, Dhaka
Mob- 01716133376

Dr. Mehnaj Nasrin
MD (Pathology)
Medical Officer (Pathology)
Mugda Medical College, Dhaka 159/A, North Bhasantek, Cantonment,Dhaka

Dr. Afroza Ferdous
M.Phil, MD (Pathology)
Clinical Pathologist
Mugda Medical College, Dhaka 49/1,Newchashara,Narayanganj
Email- afrozasharmin46@gmail.com

Dr. Gobina Chowdhury
MD (Pathology)
Netrokona Medical College 467,ukilpara,netrokona sadar, Netrokona
Email- gobinda.ss34@gmail.com

Dr. Nusrat Jahan
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
NIDCH, Mohakhali, Dhaka
Sector#10, Road#12, House #88,Uttara Dhaka

Dr. Dilshad Jahan
MD (Pathology)
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Barind Medical College, Rajshahi Flat-4A,plot-345,road-3 padma residential area, Rajshahi
Email- tammidilshad990@gmail.com
Major Dr Fahad Mohammad Sadat
Specialist in Pathology
CMH, Chattogram 44, east Brahmandi, Nasrsindi Govt college, Narsingdi
Email- fsdoc2010@gmail.com

Dr. Nasir Uddin Ahmed
Associate Professor (Pathology)
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical College, Faridpur
Jogibarat, Noder Chand Ghat, Alfadanga, Faridpur
Email- nasirdr32@yahoo.com

Dr. Saied Sakeheen
Assistant Professor(Pathology)
Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical Collge, Bogura
17, Niribili Residential Area, South Thanthania Sherpur Road, Bogura
Email- saleheen44@gmail.com

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Bangladesh Academy of Pathology

President: Professor Dr. Md. Nasimul Islam

General Secretary: Professor Dr. Shamim Akhter Mimi

Members  | Journal | International Scientific Conference |

Executive Committee 2022-2023

President:  Professor Dr. Md. Golam Mostafa
President Elect:  Professor Dr. Md. Nasimul Islam
Vice President:   Professor Dr. Ferdousy Begum
General Secretary: Professor Dr. Mohammed Shahed Ali Jinnah
Treasurer: Dr. Mohammad Masiur Rahman
Immediate Past President: Professor Ashim Ranjan Barua
Joint Secretary:  Dr.Raquibul Hasan Kazal
Scientific Secretary:  Dr. Mohammad Mahbubul Hoque
Publication Secretary: Dr. Md. Sadequel Islam Talukder

Executive Members:
Professor Dr. A Q M Abdul Hye
Professor Dr. M. Shahab Uddin Ahamad
Professor Dr. Shamim Akhter Mimi
Dr. Touhid Uddin Rupom
Dr. Taslima Hossain
Dr.Rubina Yasmin
Dr. Md.Imran Hassan
Dr. Zubaida Bahroon Khan
Dr. SaiyedaSinthia Karim
Dr. Subroto Roy
Dr.Prasun Biswas


Bangladesh Academy of Pathology(BAP) aims to work with national and international organizations like International Academy of Pathology(IAP)to achieve excellence in education, training, research and quality service in Pathology in Bangladesh.

The Bangladesh Academy of Pathology was officially launched and its first general meeting was held in the Department of Pathology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, on Friday, the 7th of December 2012. A total of 58 specialist pathologists from all over the country were present at the meeting. Twenty councillors were elected, amongst whom, the President, President elect, Vice President, Treasurer and General Secretary were selected for the next two years. The elected councillors were: Dr. A J E Nahar Rahman (President), Dr. Mohammed Kamal (President elect), Dr. Kaniz Rasul (Vice President), Dr. Ashim Ranjan Barua (Treasurer), and Dr. Maleeha Hussain (General Secretary), Dr. Md Sadequel Islam Talukder, Dr. S M Badruddoza, Dr. Sukumar Saha, Dr. Abed Hossain, Dr. M Shahabuddin Ahmed, Dr. AFM Saleh, Dr. PK Gosh, Dr. Shabnam Akhter, Dr. Shamiul Islam Sadi, Dr. Kamrul Hassan Khan, Dr. Farooque Ahmed, Dr Abdul Mannan Sikder, Dr. Col. Mahbubul Alam, Dr. Taslima Hossain and Dr. AUM Muhsin.


Abstracts of Presentation in 1st international Scientific Conference of BAP in Dhaka

Abstracts of Presentation in International Scientific Conference of BAP in Dhaka

26-27 April 2024

Dendritic but Different: The Many Faces of Accessory Cell Proliferations


Dr Anita Maria Borges


  • Lab Director of the Centre for Oncopathology, Mumbai
  • Head of Histopathology, SL Raheja Hospital, Mumbai.
  • Member of the National Accreditation Board for Testing & Calibrating laboratories, India.
  • Chairperson of the Advisory Committee for Medical Labs, NABL.
  • Surgical Pathologist with over forty years of working in cancer pathology.
  • Passionate teacher who believes in opening minds to possibilities beyond the obvious.


Email: anitaborges@gmail.com



Accessory cells those that assist in an adaptive immune response. Many are antigen presenting cells. Some may play a role in the innate immune response as well.They are not lymphocytes or NK cells.Histiocytes and dendritic cells are usually considered to be part of this group. Since they are involved in the immune response, it can be difficult to separate reactive proliferations from neoplastic ones.  This is what makes the diagnosis challenging.


During this talk I will introduce the classification and ontogeny of accessory cells and contrast two cases of dendritic cell neoplasms that belongs two completely different lineages.

Approach to Cutaneous Appendage Tumour with Presentation of  Few Interesting Cases


Dr. Bidyut Krishna Goswami

Professor and Head, Department of Pathology

Director, Central Laboratory, In-Charge, HHCU

North Bengal Medical College & Hospital

Sushrutanagar, Darjeeling

West Bengal, 734012




Cutaneous  adnexal tumours,  a large group of benign and malignant neoplasms thatshow morphologic differentiation towards one of the four primary adnexal structures present in normal skin: hair follicles, sebaceous glands, apocrine glands, and eccrine glands. This is thought, that through some poorly understood mechanisms, the activation of molecular pathways responsible fortumours originate from multipotential undifferentiated cells present within the epidermis or its appendageal structures may aberrantly express one or more lines of appendageal differentiation to varying degrees. The degree to which the eccrine, apocrine, sebaceous, and follicular differentiation pathways are activated and recapitulated gives a tumour its histologic features


Skin adnexal tumours, occurring most superficially as well as noticeable easily by patients, surprisingly are often a source of confusion amongst even experienced pathologists, might be,  in part,  related to the wide variety of tumours with complicated nomenclature, many well-described entities have overlapping features, tumours are often only partially sampled, and many cases do not fit neatly into well-established classification schemes.They may occur sporadically or may be markers of rare genetic syndromes, including Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome, Brooke-Spiegler syndrome, Cowden syndrome, and Muir-Torre syndrome.

This presentation is prepared to find out a  simple algorithmic approach for adnexal tumours for the general surgical pathologists and also to shed light on some of the diagnostic dilemmas commonly encountered in our  daily practice. At the end few interesting cases have been presented.

Conclusions: Awareness and review  on  the clinical and histopathologic features of primary cutaneous adnexal tumours, and knowledge of the diagnostic dilemmas they create, will be helpful to the general surgical pathologist in diagnosing these often challenging lesions


Data Sources: Pathology reference texts and primary literatures regarding adnexal tumors and cases as observed in my personal practice.

Trephine Biopsy of Hematological Cases


Dr. Bishnu Pada Dey

MBBS (DMC), MD (Pathology, BSMMU)

Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University

Shahbag, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh


Publication 34.




Trephine biopsy histopathology is an important tool for the diagnosis of hematological pathology. Now a days this is widely practiced in Bangladesh. We faced some commondifficulties during trephine biopsy histopathology in our institute. I want to highlight and shear the common approach to trephine biopsy specimens that I followed to solve the diagnostic dilemma.

Clear Cell Sarcoma of Kidney – A Rare Case Report


Dr. Halima Khatun Doly

Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, KhwajaYunus Ali Medical College, Sirajgonj.




A 7-years-old girl was admitted in the PaediatricHaematology and Oncology Department of KhwajaYunus Ali Medical College with the complaints of abdominal distention and right sided abdominal mass for 3 weeks; there was no history of hematuria, headache, cough breathing difficulties or bone pain.Her physical examinations revealed an abdominal lump at right hypochondriac and lumber region; she was normotensive considering age. The CT scan revealed a large right sided renal mass suggestive of Wilmstumour which was about 14.0X13.0cm invading the pelvis and lower polar calyx without intra-abdominal lymphadenopathy and thrombus. Scanning of chest was normal and other initial investigations were unremarkable. With those evident she was initially treated by neo adjuvant chemotherapy according to SIOP- umbrella protocol for 4 weeks, then she was undergone open radical nephrectomy followed by histopathological examination was done.Macroscopically, the kidney measured about 11.0X9.5X8.5 cm with 8.0 cm long ureter and attached perinephric fat and fascia and small segment of renal vessels. Adrenal gland was grossly absent. On cut section, it showed a 10.5 cm large, sharply demarcated, hard, homogenous tan-graytumour that was almost occupying the entire kidney. Grossly the tumour confined to the kidney and invaded in to the renal pelvis. Ureter and renal vessels were unremarkable. No lymphnode could be identified from perinephric fat.Microscopically, the tumour was composed of anaplastic small plump to spindle cells arranged in diffuse, nests and cords separated by network of delicate arborizing fibrovascular septa. These cells had round,normochromatic nucleus with inconspicuous nucleoli and light staining indistinct vacuolated cytoplasm. Areas of necrosis, fibrosis, myxoid changes and hyalinization were also noted. The tumour had invaded into the renal pelvis and sinuses. The renal capsule, perinephric fat, Gerotafascial margin, renal vein and ureteral resection margin were free of tumour.The histological findings firmly established the diagnosis of renal clear cell sarcoma with pathological stage: ypT3aNxMx. On the basis of histopathological report patient received adjuvant chemotherapy containing doxorubicin and had been started with planning of radiotherapy.On clinical follow up at 3 weeks after post nephrectomy and 1st cycle of adjuvant chemotherapy, patient was found apparently healthy.

Primary Rectal  Mucinous A

denocarcinoma  Metastasis to the Breast in an  18-year old female : A Case Report


Arjuman F,1 Sharmin L,2 Sharmin R,3 Sultana T,4 Chowdhury Y M ,5 Parvez M 6


1Dr.Farida Arjuman, Associate  Professor , Dept. of Histopathology , National Institute of

Cancer Research & Hospital, Mohakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2Dr. LyzuSharmin, Assistant Professor , Dept. of Histopathology  ,National Institute of

Cancer Research & Hospital, Mohakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh

3Dr.RumanaSharmin, Assistant  Professor , Dept .of Histopathology , National Institute of

Cancer Research & Hospital, Mohakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh

4Dr. Tahmina  Sultana , Lecturer  , Dept. of Histopathology , National Institute of Cancer

Research & Hospital, Mohakhali, Dhaka, Bangladesh

5Dr. Mohammad Yasin Chowdhury, Consultant, Surgery, Square Hospital Ltd. Dhaka

6Dr.Mashud Parvez, Professor , Histopathology ,Dhaka Shishu Hospital , Dhaka


Dr. Farida Arjuman

Dr. Farida Arjuman graduated from Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong. She joined in Government service as BCS (Health Cadre) Officer in 2005.

She achieved MCPS (Clinical Pathology) in 2008 & FCPS ( Histopathology)  in 2011.

Now she is working as Associate Professor & Head of Histopathology at National Institute of Cancer Research and Hospital ( NICRH) in Dhaka.

She has eight (8) international and nine (9) national publications.

She got training from CDC, Atlanta, USA, TATA Memorial Hospital, Mumbai and ACTREC,  Mumbai, India.

She is a regular examiner of FCPS exam in BCPS.

She is a regular member of Bangladesh College of Physicians & Surgeons (BCPS), Bangladesh Academy of Pathology ( BAP), Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA), Rotary club of Dhaka, Shanti Cancer Foundation and Sandhani.

She has presented papers in various national and international conferences and participated in poster presentation  at home and abroad.

She has keen interest in IHC and Molecular genetics and breast, gynaecology,  soft tissue tumors and childhood tumors.



Primary breast cancer is themost common  malignancy  in  females . Metastasis to the breast from rectal carcinoma is extremely rare   and accounts for 0.43% ofall breast  malignancies . Breast metastasis can mimic a primary breast cancer and may present confusing diagnostic problems. The most common tumor that metastasize to the breast is a contralateral breast carcinoma followed by malignant melanoma, lymphoma, sarcoma , lung , ovary, kidney , stomach and carcinoid tumors  .


Here, we report a case of a 18-year – old female presented with right breast lump in outpatient department of a private  hospital. Lumpectomy was done and it was reported as mucinous carcinoma of  right  breast . She again developed right breast lump five months after the first operation . Core biopsy was done and reported as mucinous carcinoma of right breast with recurrence. At the same time she noticed per rectal  bleeding  and alteration of bowel habit . Colonoscopy reveals rectal growth and rectal biopsy  shows  mucinous adenocarcinoma.


The immunohistochemistry findings from  right  breast  lump  and rectal growth shows CK 20 positive , CK 7 negative , GATA-3 negative and CDX2 positive. Histomorphological evaluation and immunohistochemistry are in support of rectal adenocarcinoma (primary) and the breast reveal metastatic adenocarcinoma of colorectal  origin .



Histopathology with immunohistochemistry is very important tool in the diagnosis of cases of this nature but the clinical correlation should be taken into consideration at multidisciplinary team meetings to decide the final management of the patient.



Keywords: Breastcancer ; rectal cancer; adenocarcinoma : metastasis;immunohistochemistry


Corresponding  Author

Dr. Farida Arjuman, Associate  Professor& Head, Dept. of Histopathology

National Institute of Cancer Research & Hospital (NICRH), Mohakhali, Dhaka, Cell: 01715520165


Basics of Neuropathology


Galam Asheaque Khan, MD

Email: Gak2@georgetown.edu


Galam Asheaque Khan is an academic neuropathologist and physician-scientist with diverse interests and collaborations in team science studying neuroinflammatory and neurological conditions. He investigates the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of several neurological diseases with the goal of discovering new mechanisms and targets for drug therapy. His basic research training in neuroscience and oncology combined with my medical training in neuropathology has allowed him to investigate such diseases/conditions as Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, and Alzheimer disease, etc. A major goal in his research is to understand how to prevent and find specific therapies of neuroinflammatory disease. He is Assistant Director of the Georgetown Brain Bank at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital and University, Washington DC, Consultant Pathologist of the Histopathology Shared Resource at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC and member of tissue resource repository committee of PANDAS Brain Bank/ Alex Manfull Foundation, USA.



Medical Education: Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Barisal, Bangladesh,

Internship: Sher-E-Bangla Medical College Hospital, Medicine and Surgery, Barisal, BangladeshResidency: Westchester Medical Center/ New York Medical College, Pathology, Valhalla, New York, and Med star Georgetown University Hospital, Pathology, Washington, DC, USA, Clinical Fellowship: Neuropathology, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Research Fellowship, Georgetown University Medical Center, Department of Neurology, USA Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC,



  1. Assistant Professor: Department of Neurology, School of Medicine Georgetown University.
  2. Assistant Director of Georgetown Brain Bank Medstar/ Georgetown University Hospital. Washington DC.USA
  3. Consultant Pathologist: Georgetown University Histology Share Resource, Lombardi Cancer Center, Washington, DC
  4. Adjunct Physician/ Educator: Howard University Hospital, Department of Pathology, Washington, DC, USA


Medical License:   District of Columbia,Washington, DC and Commonwealth of Virginia, USA – Medicine and Surgery,


Recent publication: 3

Books Chapter: Neuropathology of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Neurobiology of Disease. 2nd edition, 2015.


Professional Society Membership

  1. American Association of Neuropathology
  2. College of American Pathologist
  3. Present, American Medical Association
  4. American Association of Cancer Research

5.Member: Biorepository committee: Alex Manfull Foundation/ PANDAS

6.Member: Diversity and Inclusion advisory committee, Stafford County School Board, Virginia

Breast Pathology-Potpourri of Rare Cases


Dr Gunvanti Rathod,

Dr. Gunvanti Rathod

MBBS, MD (Pathology), FAIMER, ACME

Additional Professor, Pathology & Lab Medicine Department, AIIMS, Bibinagar, Telangana, India

Email: neempath@gmail.com



Dr. Gunvanti Rathod is an Additional Professor of the Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Department at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Bibinagar, Telangana, India. She has an administrative experience as Associate Dean (Academics) for more than 3 years. She has around 14 years of teaching experience and serving as post graduate teacher.


With expertise in Pathology, she has published more than 100 research articles in peer-reviewed, indexed journals and has citations more than 1050 with h index of 18 and i10 index of 32. She participated as a delegate, speaker, Judge and chaired a session in various National and International events. She is life member of various reputed organizations like Indian Medical Association, World Association of Medical Editors, Indian Association of Pathology and Microbiology, Indian Association of Cytology, Molecular Pathology Association of India, Association of Cytologists and Histopathologists, etc. She delivered more than 20 lectures in various National and International events and for the National Board of Examination. She is serving as a reviewer board member for various scientific journals.



The incidence of breast cancer is rapidly increasing at present and it will strike 1 in 9 women over a lifetime. Nowadays younger patients are being diagnosed with breast cancer.  The  importance of early diagnosis cannot  be  underscored as  management and survival is markedly improved  with  early  stage of  breast cancer. The most common malignant breast lesion in our day to day practice is infiltrating duct carcinoma, not otherwise specified (IDC-NOS) followed by invasive lobular carcinoma. Apart from these, there are more than dozen variants of breast cancer and few rare lesion in benign and intermediate category which are less common but it is important to know their main characteristics to make the best treatment choice and better prognosis. It is need of hour to discuss important neoplastic and non neoplastic breast lesions that are less known and less appreciated. The diagnosis of breast lesions are done by various laboratory diagnostic procedures viz. FNAC ( Fine  Needle Aspiration  Cytology), Core needle biopsy examination and Histopathological examination of whole specimen. FNAC can be performed on any clinically palpable lumps or roentgenographically  detected  non- palpable  lesions of the  breast. The major limitations of this method is that definite  diagnosis of  some  lesions  can be difficult  to make on the basis of  cytology. Core  biopsy  is   useful   in  the  evaluation of lesions  likely to be  low histopathological   grade  and  in   those   presenting  as  architectural distortions, for which  FNA cytology may fail  to  prove  a diagnosis. Core biopsy   is  definitely  a  robust  and  reliable  diagnostic  modality,   but carries  with  it  disadvantages  in terms of a  longer  turn- around  due  to  the  tissue   processing  time, patient  discomfort  during the  procedure and higher complication rate. Histopathological examination of whole specimen of breast is the gold standard modality for final diagnosis of any breast lesion. We are going to discuss role of various diagnostic modalities in rare neoplastic and non neoplastic lesions of breast.


Keywords: Breast cancer, early diagnosis, FNAC, Histopathology

Molecular Study of Non-Small Cell Carcinoma of Lung in a Tertiary Level Laboratory in Bangladesh

Karim MI,1 Yeasmin S2


Col (Dr) Md Iqbal Karim

Col Dr Md Iqbal Karim graduated from Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka. He joined in Bangladesh Army in 1998. He has done MCPS (Clinical Pathology ) in 2003, DCP in 2004 and FCPS (Histopathology) in Jan 2009. He served as Pathologist in different CMH of Bangladesh. He was Associate Prof of Pathology in Armed Forces Medical College, Dhaka and Senior Consultant (Histopathology) in Armed Forces Hospital, Kuwait. Now he is working as Prof of Pathology, at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Dhaka. He obtained international fellowship from American College of Pathology. He is a regular examiner of FCPS exam in BCPS. He has a keen interest in IHC, IF, Molecular and genetics and Electron microscopy.



Background: Lung cancer is one of the leading cancer related deaths both in male and female all over the world as well as in Bangladesh. Non small cancer is the majority of lung cancer that leads to very rapid fatality without appropriate treatment. Recent advances of molecular and genetic study like Epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) mutation, ALK rearrangement, ROS1 mutation and PDL1 study by RT-PCR and immunohistochemistry (IHC) brings the significant changes in the treatment protocol and increases the survival of patients with improving the quality of life.

Objectives: Our goal is to investigate the prevalence of EGFR mutation, ALK, ROS1 and PDL1 study in non-small cell carcinoma of lung in Bangladesh and their treatment outcomes.

Methods: Study carried out in Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Dhaka from Jan 2022 to Dec 2023 with all patients diagnosed in non-small cell carcinoma of lung (Both Adenocarcinoma and Squamous cell carcinoma) . All molecular study of EGFR were done by RT PCR after DNA extraction and ALK1, ROS and PDL1 were done by IHC in Ventana machines and results were statistically analyzed in  SPSS version 20. Follow up the patient after targeted therapy combined with or without chemotherapy and reviewed the cases.

Results: In this study total 220 cases non-small cell carcinoma were included. The mean age was 63.5 yrs. (41-80 years) and male (n=-160) – female (n=60) ratio was 2.6:1. Histopathological findings where Adenocarcinoma were predominant 81.8%(n=180), followed by Squamous cell carcinoma 14.54%(n=32), Adeno-squamous cell carcinoma 2.27%(n=05) and large cell carcinoma 1.36%(n=03). Molecular study revealed EGFR mutation were 20% (n=44), ALK 2.7%(n=06), ROS1 1.8%(n=04) and PDL1 3.6%(n=08).  Regarding EGFR mutation (n=44), most common mutation was Exon 19 deletion 50%(n=22/44), 18.18%(n=08/44) in Exon 18, 27.28% (n=12) in Exon 20 among them 18.2% and 9.17% in T790M and S7681 mutation respectively. L858R mutation was 4.55% (n=2/44) in Exon 21. Most of the mutation found in Adenocarcinoma of lung and it was 98%.  By observing therapeutic response, stage II and stage III cases were well responded than stage IV. Targeted therapy more effective than conventional chemotherapy.

Conclusion: As Bangladesh is developing country, all patients are not economically solvent to do the all-molecular studies, however basing on available resources, those capable to performed the test, they are well responded in targeted therapy in Exon 18 and Exon 19 deletion than Exon 20 and Exon 21 deletion. Immunotherapy in PDLI positive patients were well responded.


Keywords: EGFR, Mutation, Non-small cell cancer, chemotherapy


Principal Author and Presenter:

Col (Dr ) Md Iqbal Karim,

MBBS, MCPS, DCP, FCPS(Histopathology), IFCAP

Prof of Pathology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology

Dhaka Cantonment, Bangladesh

Email: iqbalhistopath@gmail.com

Phone : 01716829144

Quality Issues in Pathology Including Molecular Testing


Jabed Iqbal, MD, PhD


Jabed Iqbal, MD, PhD, is a pathologist with a strong academic background. He obtained his MBBS degree from Dhaka Medical College. Dr. Iqbal earned a PhD from Drexel University in Philadelphia, USA. Subsequently he attained the American Board of Pathology Diplomate certification.


Dr. Iqbal holds clinical interest in breast cancer pathology and hematopathology. His special research interest focuses on immuno-oncology spreading over breast cancer, hematologic neoplasms and biomarker discovery. He holds the position of Associate Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, where he actively engages in teaching and mentoring aspiring medical professionals globally particularly medical students.


Dr. Iqbal is passionate about developing pathology as a crucial component of healthcare in South Asia. Through his efforts, he aims to enhance the understanding and utilization of pathology services to improve healthcare outcomes in the region.

He is currently Vice-President of the Singapore Chapter of the International Academy of Pathology (IAP).



The establishment and maintenance of quality Anatomic Pathology Services (APS) is important to reduce preventable mortality from cancer. APS plays a crucial role in cancer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention at both individual and public health levels. However delivering quality APS is hindered by insufficient human capacity, inadequate education and training, and inadequate quality standards and accreditation.


Strategies for implementing quality improvement programs in APS include Firstly, incorporating education in quality and safety into healthcare and pathology curricula at all levels to empower local pathologists and laboratory scientists to assess and improve the quality of APS. Secondly, developing sustainable infrastructure and resources for APS including laboratory facilities and equipment. Thirdly, implementing quality assurance programs and patient safety measures to enhance the reliability and safety of laboratory services is critical. Fourthly, there is an emphatic need for a cultural shift towards quality improvement and patient safety at the organizational level, involving frontline healthcare institutions and professional organizations. Finally, establish partnerships between low-and middle-income countries (LMICs) LMICs and upper middle- and high-income countries (UMHICs) to facilitate knowledge exchange and accelerate quality improvement efforts.


While progress has been made in quality improvement efforts for clinical laboratory services in LMICs, pathology service requires specific attention due to its unique challenges and high risk. By implementing these strategies, the quality and safety of APS can be improved thereby contributing to reducing cancer mortality, and aligning with the sustainable development goal (SDG) goals set by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Basics of Renal Transplant Pathology

Brig Gen Prof Sk Md Jaynul Islam (Retd)

MBBS, DCP, MCPS, FCPS (Histopath)

Senior consultant, BIRDEM General Hospital, Dhaka


Brig Gen Professor Sk Md Jaynul Islam is Senior Consultant, Immunohistochemistry in BIRDEM General Hospital, Shahbag, Dhaka. He is a medical graduate from Rajshahi Medical College in 1990. He has completed his FCPS in histopathology in 2001. He got fellowship in Renal Pathology from AIIMS, New Delhi, India in 2017. He also got training at Arkana Labs, Little Rock, USA in 2023.

He has served as a pathologist in Bangladesh Armed Forces for 31 years. He is an examiner of FCPS part2 (histopathology), DCP and MCPS.

He attended more than 30 scientific conferences as delegate and faculty including USCAP,WCN, ISRTP, APCON 2024, CMCPath, etc. His number of scientific publications is 45 in different national and international medical journals. He is editorial member BCPS journal, JAFIP, Journal of AMCR.

He is affiliated with professional bodies like, Bangladesh Society of Pathologists, Bangladesh Academy of Pathologists, SAARC association of cytopathologits and histopathologists, Indian Society of Renal and Transplant Pathology (ISRTP), USCAP, Electron Microscope Society of India (EMSI), Renal Pathology Society (RPS), International Society of Nephrology (ISN).


Cell: 01911262258

Email: jaynul.islam@gmail.com



End-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients in Bangladesh increases rapidly. No definite country based study is available regarding the exact statistics. According to hospital statistics, approximately 35,000 to 40,000 patients in this country report with ESRD each year. Renal replacement therapy (RRT) is the treatment of choice which includes dialysis and renal transplantation. Renal transplantation is the better choice as it leads to longer survival and enables superior quality of life. Unfortunately, only 25% of ESRD patients in Bangladesh can access RRT, and, among them, only 2% undergo renal transplantation (RT).


Renal biopsies remain the gold standard to determine the cause of graft dysfunction, which occurs in about 30% of recipients early after transplant and at a rate of 2% to 4% per year after the first year.


Biopsies are particularly useful to guide treatment in ambiguous clinical situations and are used in combination with other diagnostic tests, including imaging and laboratory tests.


Indication of renal transplant biopsy includes a) when there is a persistent, unexplained increase in serum creatinine b) when serum creatinine has not returned to baseline after treatment of acute rejection c) every 7–10 days during delayed graft function d) if expected kidney function is not achieved within the first 1–2 months after transplantation e) kidney allograft biopsy is also suggested when there is new onset of proteinuria or unexplained proteinuria ≥3.0 g per 24 hours.


Biopsies best distinguish acute rejection, acute tubular necrosis, infections such as polyomavirus nephropathy (PVN), thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA), recurrence of original disease, CNI toxicity, and chronic rejection.


BANFF working classification of kidney transplant pathology is a well-accepted method worldwide to classify the causes of renal allograft dysfunction. The BANFF classification has provided a standardized approach to diagnosing and grading kidney allograft rejection for over 3 decades. Its contributions have led to improved communication among pathologists and facilitated advancements in research and clinical practice in the field of kidney transplantation.

Polyps of the Gastro-Intestinal Tract: The Unusual Types

Mohammed Kamal

Visiting Professor of Pathology, BSMMU and

Chief Consultant Pathologist, The Laboratory,

Dhaka. Bangladesh.



Polyps are intraluminal projections of mucosal or submucosal tissue.  These can be a serious health concern, as these abnormal growths can lead to cancer in some cases if left untreated. These are most commonly found in the stomach and intestines, making early detection and treatment vital. By taking action and addressing polyps early, the risk of developing cancer can be greatly reduced and proper treatment can be ensured.


Screening tests such as endoscopy, barium contrast x-ray, various DNA tests in stool and occult blood tests are used to detect polyps arising from the mucosa. The current clinical practice involves endoscopic detection followed by histological confirmation. The Paris classification divides lesions into two categories: polypoid (elevated) or nonpolypoid (flat). Image-enhanced endoscopy, which is the basis of NICE classification, is a highly accurate tool used to diagnose the histologic class of a polyp.


A small number of submucosal tumors or tumour like lesions can present as polyps in the gastrointestinal tract. These growths can be neoplastic, hamartomatous (abnormal tissue growth), or non-neoplastic inflammatory in nature. To diagnose these tumors, clinicians have to use a combination of tools including standard endoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),  fluorodeoxyglucose-labeled positron emission tomography (FDG-PET) etc. To confirm the diagnosis, an excisional biopsy is mandatory.


A few polyps exhibit unusual and atypical features that demand clinical and histological correlations, making them difficult to diagnose according to well-defined lesion criteria. This presentation will showcase some of these challenging cases and will delve into the intricacies of these challenging cases, exploring the clinical and histological features that differentiate them from well-defined lesions.

Eosinophilic Esophagitis: An update

Dr. Kaushal Kishor Prasad

MD, PDCC (Renal Pathology), CFN, MAMS, FICPath, FISG

Professor  & Chief, Division of GE Histopathology

Department of Superspeciality of Gastroenterology

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh




  • Awarded Gold Medal and Certificate of merit for getting first position in Final MBBS University Examination
  • Received Special State Merit Scholarship from 1984 to 1991 (During Intermediate and MBBS)
  • Received 45 awards in International and National scientific forums including the prestigious ISG – SR Naik award and IAPM – V R Khanolkar award for original research work
  • Authored 125 papers (85 International journals and 40 National journals), and published 205 abstracts (116 International journals and 89 National journals)
  • Contributed 17 book chapter/ books in the field of Gastroenterology including invited chapters for “Encylopedia of Gastroenterology”; Liver: A complete book on Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary diseases; Gastrointestinal Tract Infections; Textbook of Hepatogastroenterology; and Handbook of Celiac disease
  • Modified the Marsh-Oberhuber classification of celiac disease, developed the grading system of histological lesions in celiac disease, coined the term “Follicular esophagitis” for a novel histopathological entity in esophagus, coined the term “Sartan sprue” and developed the rice based gluten-free composite flour cookies for celiac disease patients
  • Main research areas of interest are celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, microscopic colitis, Helicobacter pylori and extrahepatic portal vein obstruction
  • Published 26 articles on celiac disease (21 in International journals and 5 articles in National journals); and 18 articles on IBD (16 in International journals and 2 articles in National journals)
  • Invited international editorial board member for more than 190 international journals and reviewer for 170 international journals
  • Reviewer for the extramural research projects for ICMR and intramural research projects proposals especially on celiac disease
  • Travelled across the world and delivered invited lectures including “Continuing Professional Development Programme” of University of Malaya at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and “Joint WASPaLM-SAP Anatomical Pathology Update Seminar” at Khartoum, Sudan
  • Presented 328 scientific papers (189 in International and 139 in National conferences) and attended 188 conferences (87 International and 101 National conferences)
  • Life member/ member of 24 International and 13 National professional societies and also holds several key positions in various National and International scientific societies including Panels of Experts for the World Association of Societies of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine (WASPaLM)
  • Guided/ guiding 46 dissertation (26 DM, 1 MCh, 11 MD, and 8 PhD)
  • External examiner for Postgraduates and undergraduates examination


President & Founder Secretary, Association of Cytologists & Histopathologists (ACH)

Founder Joint Secretary & Secretary General (Elect), South Asian Academy of Cytopathology & Histopathology (SACH)

Founder Treasurer, Society for the Study of Liver Diseases (SSLD)

Founder Secretary, Society for Clinical Gastroenterology (SCG)

Treasurer, Society for the Advancement of Gastroenterology (SAG)

Ex-Executive Committee Member, Gastrointestinal Infection Society of India (GISI)

Ex-Education Committee Member, World Association of Societies of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine (WASPaLM)

Founder Member, Indian Society for Renal & Transplantation Pathology (ISRTP)

Phone: +91-172-2756604

Mobile: +91-9872836195; 7087008433

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Over the past few decades there have been dramatic rise in eosinophilic esophagitis (EE) patients, who were thought to have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) but who did not respond to medical and/or surgical GERD management. Whether, this emergence is of a true diagnostic nature or simply of an enhanced awareness. Recognition of this disease for the gastroenterologist has become paramount because of its differentiation from GERD not only from an etiologic but especially from a treatment point of view.


The EE is a chronic inflammatory, immunoallergic disease of the esophagus that represents the most common eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). The EE is a clinicopathological disease characterized by (1) Symptoms including but not restricted to food impaction and dysphagia in adults, and feeding intolerance and GERD symptoms in children; (2) dense esophageal eosinophilia (≥15 eosinophils/HPF) with squamous epithelial hyperplasia; (3) Exclusion of other disorders associated with similar clinical, histological, or endoscopic features, especially GERD. EE is a polymorphous disease that presents with various changes in esophageal caliber, and subtle changes in mucosal appearance, which lead to biopsy collection as a key procedure for diagnosis. The EE has now become an emerging global problem. It’s not time to put away the biopsy forceps but gastroenterologist should put an effort to obtain biopsy from esophagus in symptomatic patients. In EE, the variable distribution of eosinophils throughout the esophagus complicates the diagnosis; to avoid false-negative histologic results because of sampling errors, the endoscopist must seek biopsy from multiple areas.

The management must be multidisciplinary, including gastroenterologists, pathologists, allergologists, and also dietitian.

Intrathoracic Small Biopsies: Diagnostic and Predictive Analysis of Selected Cases


SM KhodezaNahar Begum

Professor, Department of Pathology, DrSirajul Islam Medical College, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Consultant, Department of Anatomic Pathology , Bangladesh Specialized Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh


Professor SM KhodezaNahar Begum is an anatomical pathologist and consultant at Bangladesh Specialized Hospital. She is also a Professor of Pathology at Dr.Sirajul Islam Medical College in Dhaka, Bangladesh, with over 30 years of experience. Her areas of expertise include breast, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, gynecological, and neuropathology.


She is also renowned as an interventional pathologist, proficient in collecting percutaneous needle core biopsy samples from various organs. She meticulously gathers patient history and conducts clinical correlations simultaneously, enhancing her expertise in achieving accurate tissue diagnoses.

Dr. Begum pursued subspecialty fellowship training in histopathology and cytopathology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, USA, and Singapore General Hospital, Singapore where she has completed advanced training in routine histopathology and immunohistochemistry of breast, pulmonary, gynecological, and gastrointestinal pathology.


Currently, Dr. Begum is collaborating with the International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDRB) on research projects related to Helicobacter pylori infection and environmental enteric dysfunction. She is also part of the international Fibroepithelial Consortium, contributing to research on the genomic characterization of breast fibroepithelial lesions.


Dr. Begum’s work has been published in over forty scientific papers in national and international peer-reviewed journals. She has also delivered over ten international podium presentations. Her email is khodeza33@hotmail.com





In Bangladesh, the incidence of intrathoracic malignancies is rapidly increasing, with many cases being diagnosed at late stages. Pathologists often diagnose these cases using small biopsy specimens, obtained through procedures such as EBUS/TBNA, fine needle aspiration, endobronchial biopsy, percutaneous needle core biopsy, or pleural biopsy. Obtaining a satisfactorytissuesample is challenging for radiologists, respiratorymedicine specialists, and interventional pathologists.


Oncologists rely on predictive biomarkers and immune checkpoint inhibitors, which are commonly evaluated using techniques such as immunohistochemistry (IHC), reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR), and next-generation sequencing (NGS). Morphological diagnosis alone is insufficient for determining optimal treatment strategies, although it plays a key role in some malignancies. The current IASLC histological grading system for non-mucinous NSCLC has been proven effective in reflecting tumourbehaviour.

How to Navigate the Latest Glioma Classification in Daily Practice


Mohammad Monowar Hossain, MD; FRCPC.


Dr. Monowar was born in Joypurhut. Went to Dhaka Medical College 1986, batck-K43 and graduated in 1993. Went to Westchester Medical center, New York affiliated with New York Medical college in 1995 for post graduate training under the mentorship of Prof. M B Zaman. After completion of pathology training and fellowship in cytopathology, moved to Saint John Regional Hospital in New Brunswick, Canada as attending pathologist in 2001.


Dr. Monowar practice as a general pathologist including neuropathology, medical renal disease, flowcytometry and medicolegal autopsy. His special interest is in immunostains, started with Her 2 neu immunostain including Her 2 neu FISH in 2001 and currently Saint John Regional Hospital a provincial referral center for Her 2 neu testing. In 2017 started working on immunotherapy marker PD-L1. Teaching activities include resident/medical student sessions and a faculty of Prof. Zaman’s course and sessions in Bangladesh for more than twenty years. Work as a team member with Prof. Zaman in Tele-pathology consultation services in Bangladesh.


Dr. Monowar is a diplomate of American board of Pathology and Cytopathology and fellow of Royal college of physicians and surgeons of Canada. Currently in charge of anatomic pathology division.


In today’s session will discuss how to navigate the latest glioma classification in daily practice.

Lymohoma- Immunohistochemical Evaluation


Dr Md Nasimul Islam

MBBS, M Phil (Pathology)

Professor of Pathology & Principal, Anwer Khan Modern Medical College, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.

Email: nasimul83@yahoo.com


Dr Md Nasimul Islam obtained his bachelor degree in medicine and surgery from Mymensingh Medical College in the year of 1983. After graduation he joined Government health service. In 1994, he obtained M Phil degree in pathology from the department of pathology of then IPGMR, under the University of Dhaka. After postgraduation Dr Islam joined as lecturer pathology in Dhaka Medical College. After that he pursued a teaching career in various capacities in the pathology departments of Faridpur Medical College and Sir Salimullah Medical College for long twenty-three years. He retired from government service while serving as Professor of Pathology & HOD at Sir Salimullah Medical College in September 2019 and joined the department of Pathology of Anwer Khan Modern Medical College. He attended many national and international scientific seminars and has more than twenty research publications in various scientific journals. During his long teaching career, he mentored a large group of pathologists now working across the country.



Lymphoma is a heterogenous disorder. WHO classifies lymphoma on the basis of morphology, cell lineage, genetical aberrations and aggressiveness. Without immunohistochemistry, subclassification of lymphoma is not possible. Usually, a large panel of antibody markers are used to get the conclusive result. In many cases genetical evaluation is also necessary. Immunohistochemical markers are expensive which most of the patients in this country face difficulty to bear. However, using limited number of antibodies in the panel of markers can help reach a reasonably conclusive diagnosis in most of the cases. A number of lymphoma cases are presented here including non-Hodgkin lymphoma- nodal and extra nodal and Hodgkin lymphoma with the help of a limited panel of antibodies that includes- LCA, CD3, CD20, CD5, CD23, PAX5, CD10, BCL-2, BCL-6, MUM-1, Cyclin D-1 etc. Antibody markers are used in batches where results obtained from first batch dictate choice of markers in the next batch and so on. This helped reduce use of unnecessary markers as well as cost of the test. In case of DLBCL Hans’ algorism was used to identify more aggressive subtype (i.e. ABC type). Bare minimum markers were used to classify small B cell lymphomas that include CD5, CD23 and CD10. Immunohistochemical tests of all the cases were performed in the histopathological laboratory of Anwer Khan Modern Medical College Hospital, a Dhaka city based private medical college.


Keywords: Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Immunohistochemistry

A Case of Heterotopic Ossification of the Gall bladder Associated with Chronic Cholecystitis


  1. Rahat Anjum, Associate consultant, Histopathology & Cytopathology, Apollo Imperial Hospitals, Zakirhossainroad, Chattogram,
  2. Dr. G. M Zakir Hossain, General & Urological Surgeon, Chittagong medical college


Corresponding author: Dr. Rahat Anjum, Associate consultant, Histopathology & Cytopathology. Cell: +8801674857949, Email: anjum.r.dr@gmail.com




Background: Hetrotopic ossification is rare in gall bladder with very few reported cases. The pathogenesis is not clearly understood but inflammation and irritation might predispose the condition.

Presentation of case: A female of 18 yrs underwent laparoscopic cholecystectomy due to persistent upper quadrant pain, nausea and post prandial vomiting. The Ultrasound reported a polyp with features of cholecystitis. The post operative period was uneventful.The Histopathology revealed fibromuscular hyperplasia, infiltration of chronic inflammatory cells, including foamy histiocytes in the lamina propria. Rokitansky – Aschoff sinuses were present. In the focus of polypoid area it showed denuded epithelium, mature bone formation and marrow materials. No metaplasia, dysplasia or evidence of malignancy noted.

Conclusion: We report a rare event of osseous metaplasia of the gall bladder which was incidental without known clinical significance. Stromal fibroblastic activity and active inflammation may play arole in osteogenic stimulation in gall bladder mucosa.


Keywords: Osseous metaplasia, gall bladder, Chronic cholecystitis

Transfusion Associated Graft vs Host Disease in A Post-CABG Patient


Dr. Sayedatus Saba

MD, Pathology (BSMMU) Sir Salimullah Medical College Mitford Hospital 2023, MBBS (DU), Mymensingh Medical College 2012


Diligent Pathologist skilled in laboratory specimen handling and analysis. Trained in laboratory procedures and best practices. Organised recordkeeper with strong multitasking abilities. Detail-oriented worker follows standardised procedures in laboratory environments. Uses medical terminology and collaborates with multidisciplinary teams. Motivated medical laboratory professional diligent in completing work to achieve accurate results.

Thesis: Histopathological changes in placenta of late intrauterine fetal deaths

Email id :Sayedatussaba1616@gmail.com

Ph number : 01713409304


TA-GVHD is a rare, usually fatal complication of transfusion of blood and blood products containing viable T lymphocytes. Very rarely it may arise in an immunocompetent individual. There is an increased risk of TA-GVHD following bypass grafting and other surgical procedures where blood transfusion are required. Here we present a case of a 57 old patient who received 5 units of whole blood from his close relatives perioperatively and manifested unexplained anaemia, fever, skin rash which later became desquamating & cheilitis on his 19th POD. His CBC report suggested pancytopenia indicating bone marrow failure. Skin biopsy confirmed the diagnosis as chronic TA-GVHD, lichenoid type. His liver function deteriorated and he died subsequentlyon his 32nd POD. TA-GVHD develops when immunocompetent T lymphocytes of transfused blood able to engraft in the recipient’s lymphoid tissues that fail to reject them. Those lymphocytes mediate immune response causing damage and dysfunction of the skin& other organs. Our patient showed all features of TA-GVHD that was complicated by sepsis and multiorgan failure despite aggressive management. Pathologists, surgeons, physicians and transfusion centers must be aware of this sinister complication of perioperative blood transfusion in any surgery, including CABG.  Though fatal in >90% cases, it can be prevented by using irradiated blood. Patient parties must also be discouraged to donate blood to avoid this grave outcome.

Role of special stains in evaluation of extent of fibrosis in bone marrow biopsies of primary myelofibrosis

Dr. Sadia Afroz, Medical Officer, Department of Histopathology, National Institute of Cancer Research & Hospital (NICRH), Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh. sadiatoma2813@gmail.com


Dr. Sadia Afrozis working as Medical Officer, Department of Histopathology, National Institute of Cancer Research & Hospital (NICRH), Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh from August 2022 to present.She obtained her M.B.B.S. degree from Sir Salimullah Medical College and Mitford Hospital (SSMC & MH), Dhaka in 2014 under Dhaka University (DU). She completed Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree in Pathology directly supervised under the Pathology department, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU)from March 2017 to March 2022.

She worked as Assistant Surgeon, in 100 Bedded Kashiyani Upazilla Health Complex, Kashiyani, Gopalganjfrom December 2019 to September 2020.

She worked asHonorary Medical Officer, Department of Paediatrics, Sir Salimullah Medical College and Mitford Hospital, Dhakafrom July 2015 to December 2015.


She has 10 publications.



Background: Primary myelofibrosis (PMF) is a rare hematological malignancy with higher mortality and morbidity due to progression of bone marrow fibrosis (BMF). The amount of bone marrow reticulin and collagen fibrosis is detected by reticulin and Masson’s trichrome (MT) stains, respectively. The study aimed to explore the pattern and degree of BMF in PMF cases with above mentioned special stains along with conventional Hematoxylin & Eosin (H&E) stain.

Methods: Thirty-six histopathologically suggested or diagnosed cases of PMF were studied at the Department of Pathology, BSMMU. Paraffin blocks of trephine biopsy specimens of the selected cases were collected. H&E, reticulin and MT stains were applied on the re-cut sections. Extent of fibrosis was assessed by examining the sections with each special stain using a proposed four scaled semiquantitative bone marrow fibrosis (MF) grading systems. The cases were divided into two groups. Patients having grade MF-0 to MF-1 were considered absent pathological BMF. Those cases with MF-2 to MF-3 were encountered with present pathological BMF.

Results: In this study, nineteen (52.8%) PMF cases had pathological BMF diagnosed by only H&E. Moreover, thirty-four (94.4%) patients had pathological BMF corresponding to MF-2 to MF-3 detected by special stains.


Conclusion: Significantly higher (p<0.05) detection of pathological BMF cases with use of additional special stains recommends that, both reticulin and MT stains can be used routinely to assess BMF properly according to special grading system.


Keywords: Bone marrow fibrosis, Primary myelofibrosis, Reticulin fibrosis, Collagen fibrosis, Reticulin stain, Masson’s trichrome stain, Hematoxylin & Eosin, Bone marrow fibrosis (MF) grade.

Carcinoma of Unknown Primary


Professor (Dr) Santosh Kumar Mondal, HOD, Pathology, AIIMS, Kalyani MBBS from North Bengal Medical College, West Bengal in 1994

MD in Pathology from SSKM/PG Hospital, West Bengal in 2000.

Present Designations: i) Professor, Pathology, AIIMS, Kalyani

Six months certificate course and training on Oncopathology at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai from 1.3.2006 to 31.8.2006

Publications: Published: 82 articles in Indexed International/National journals, first author in 50.

Citations (Google Scholar): 1523, i-10 index: 39; h-index: 18

Speakers/Judge/Chairperson: In many international, national and state conferences and CMEs.

Projects: In many funded extramural and intramural projects as PI and Co-PI.

Writer of book as Single Author:

  1. “Manual of Histological Techniques” 2nd edition, from Jaypee (JP) Brothers, India.
  2. Pathology Practicals” 2 nd edition, from CBS publisher.
  3. Laboratory Manual of Clinical Pathology and Hematology” from CBS publisher.



Definition: Carcinoma of unknown primary (CUP) by definition is a metastatic syndrome with an unidentifiable primary tumor, even after baseline diagnostic workup to seek the primary site. CUP constitutes 3-5% of all cancer diagnoses worldwide.

Diagnostic workup needed: Biopsy, Light Microscopy and Immunohistochemistry (IHC), Tumor markers, Tissue of origin, Assays by molecular techniques (RT-PCR, microarray, NGS). Patients are initially categorized based on the findings of initial biopsy: adenocarcinoma, squamous-cell carcinoma, neuroendocrine carcinoma and poorly differentiated carcinoma.IHCis the gold standard in the diagnosis of CUP. In practice, four primary sites (breast, ovary, prostate and thyroid) should first be investigated. The use of IHC has some pitfalls which necessitates molecular tumor profiling (NGS, RT-PCR, microarray), mutation-specific antibodies and other ancillary diagnostic tools.Appropriate patient management requires several clinical and pathological features. Current standard treatment of the unfavorable risk subtype requires assessment of prognosis and consideration of empiric chemotherapy.


Keywords: Carcinoma of unknown primary, immunohistochemistry, molecular techniques

Mathematical Bridge between Epidemiological and Molecular Data On Cancer and Beyond

*Saumitra Chakravarty,1 Khandker Aftarul Islam,2 Shah Ishmam3


These authors contributed equally to this work.


*Corresponding author


  1. Department of Pathology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Shahbagh, Dhaka1000,Bangladesh. (saumitra@bsmmu.edu.bd)
  2. Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka1000, Bangladesh. (aftarulislam@gmail.com)
  3. Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, West Lafayette47907, Indiana, USA. (smohtash@purdue.edu)



Background: At least six different mathematical models of cancer and their countless variations and combinations have been published to date in the scientific literature that reasonably explain epidemiological prediction of multi-step carcinogenesis. Each one deals with a particular set of problems at a given organizational level ranging from populations to genes. Any of the models adopted in those articles so far do not account for both epidemiological and molecular levels of carcinogenesis.

Methods: We have developed a mathematically rigorous system to derive those equations satisfying the basic assumptions of both epidemiology and molecular biology without incorporating arbitrary numerical coefficients or constants devoid of any causal explanation just to fit the empirical data.

Results: We generalized all the epidemiological and molecular data using our derived equations through linear and non-linear regression and found all the necessary coefficients to explain the data. We also tested our equations against non-neoplastic conditions satisfying equivalent mathematical assumptions.

Conclusion: The aim of this treatise is not only to provide some novel insight into the mathematical modelling of malignant transformation but also to revive the classical tools we already have at our disposal to pave the way towards novel insight into integrated approaches in cancer research.


Keywords: Mathematical modeling, epidemiology, cancer.

Challenges in Histopathological Diagnosis of Ovarian Serous Borderline Tumours


Shabnam Akhter


Dr. Shabnam Akhter is serving as a Faculty at Pathology department of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, from where she obtained her MD in Pathology in 2006. She availed an international visiting fellowship in Gynecologic Pathology and Breast Pathology in 2014 from Brown University, Providence, RI, USA. Dr. Akhter has more than 30 publications in peer-reviewed journals of home and abroad. Other than gyne and breast pathology, Dr. Akhter is also interested in medical renal diseases, gastrointestinal pathology and skin pathology. Besides pathology, she is fond of music, reading and traveling.



The serous borderline tumours are the most common types of borderline ovarian tumours, also referred to as atypical proliferative serous tumours. They often cause differential diagnostic difficulties even for the experienced pathologists.All borderline tumours are distinguished from their malignant counterparts by the absence of stromal invasion. However, diagnosis of serous borderline tumours of ovary is sometimes complicated when there are issues like ovarian surface involvement by the serous tumour, micropapillary growth pattern, frequent presence of endosalpingiosis in pelvic lymph nodes, presence of peritoneal implants, and foci of microinvasion. A careful gross examination of the ovarian tumour, optimum sampling from different areas of the tumour, and thorough microscopic examination may help to resolve the issues and come to a conclusive diagnosis, thereby ensuring optimum patient care.


Keywords: Serous borderline tumour, micropapillary growth, peritoneal implants, endosalpingiosis

Breast Cancer in Younger and Older Women- A Comparison of Clinicopathological Traits


 Dr. Shahanaz Jahan

Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, Community Based Medical College Bangladesh (CBMCB), Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

E-mail: shahnaj.dr@gmail.com.


Dr. Shahanaz Jahan completed her graduation at Mymensingh Medical College, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. She began her career as a lecturer at Community Based Medical College Bangladesh, Mymensingh, Bangladesh  in 2005. In 2008 she obtained her DCP (Diploma in Clinical Pathology), followed by FCPS (Fellowship in Histopathology) in 2014. Dr. Jahan plays a multifaceted role in question formulation, moderation & coordination for FCPS Histopathology as well as relevant other basic and paraclinical subjects of Fellowship examinations.


Her scholarly  contributions include eight international and three national publications. She has presented papers in several national conferences & seminars and participated in various national & international conferences. She is a life member of Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA) and Bangladesh College of Physicians & Surgeons (BCPS) as well as a regular member of Bangladesh Academy of Pathology (BAP) & Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, BCPS.


Since 2018, Dr. Jahan has served as an Associate Professor of Pathology at Community Based Medical College, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Her professional objectives include advancing her expertise in various histopathological domains and sharing that knowledge to enhance the skills of the younger learners through accessible and  effective techniques.


She exhibits a keen interest in IHC as well as molecular genetics, particularly concerning pulmonary, breast and gynecologic tumors.



Breast cancer stands as the prevailing invasive cancer globally, bearing high mortality rates among women. Existing evidence indicates diminished survival rates in younger patients. Consequently, this study endeavors to assess and contrast the pathological features of breast cancer in women under 40 years of age with their older counterparts. Conducted as a cross-sectional analysis, this study encompasses 560 patients diagnosed with breast cancer, seeking treatment at Mymensingh Medical College Hospital (MMCH), Community Based Medical College (CBMCB) and several  private hospitals in Mymensingh. The gathered data incorporates information such as age, residential area, occupation, tumor histopathology, TNM classification, staging and status of hormone receptor. The patients’ mean age (standard deviation) was 49.7±11.9 years, with 20.5% below 40, most were from rural areas and were housewives. Ductal carcinoma prevailed as the most common histopathologic type (87.67%). However, younger patients exhibited a higher prevalence of lobular and other rare carcinomas compared to their older counterparts (p=0.04). Additionally, the younger group demonstrated larger tumor sizes (p=0.01), lymphatic node involvement (p=0.04) and advanced staging (p=0.004). Notably, younger age showed more negativity for estrogen & progesterone receptors. The results suggested that women under 40 years old exhibit more aggressive tumor characteristics and a more severe form of breast cancer compared to their older counterparts.

Understanding Colon Carcinoma: A Comprehensive Overview of Diagnosis and Treatment


Prof Shamim Akhter Mimi

MBBS (DMC), Mphil Pathology (IPGMR)

Professor and Head

Department of Pathology

Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College, Sylhet


Prof. Dr Shamim Akhter Mimi did her MBBS degree from Dhaka Medical College, in 1993 and M. Phil in Pathology from Institute of Post-Graduate Medicine and Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1997. She is working as a Professor in Department of Pathology in Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College. She has been involved in post graduate teaching for last 16 years. She has 29 publications in different National and International journals. She is Life member of Bangladesh Medical Association, Post graduate Alumni association and member of Bangladesh Academy of Pathology.




Colon cancer is one of the most prevalent cancer worldwide. It ranks third in terms of incidence following lungs and female breast cancer. According to Globocan 2022 data, in case of Bangladesh it ranks 10th in terms of incidence and mortality. World health organization start a project on tumor classification named as blue book on cancer since 1956 and published by IARC based on France. Latest 5th edition of one of these series named as “WHO Classification of Tumors, Digestive system tumours”. Malignant tumors of the colon are mostly adenocarcinoma. NET, Lymphoma, GIST and smooth muscle tumors are also evident. Hereditary syndromes, genetics, environment, diets are responsible for  carcinoma development. Newer modern techniques discover more and more underlying genetics of these cancer development and progression that will help to fight cancers in the future. Conventional way of diagnosis of colon carcinoma is mainly histopathological study. Immunohistochemistry, molecular techniques, genetic studies also widen the whole scenario of cancer day by day and make us more capable of fighting these worldwide epidemics. Surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy has failed to reduce mortality in advanced stages of colon cancer. Targeted therapies, immunotherapies are now being applied on advanced colon cancer. Clinical trials are currently underway for novel cytotoxic agents.

Dyshormonogenetic Goiter – A Rare Case Presentation


Dr. Md Sibli Ahmed, MBBS, FCPS, DCP, MCPS

E-mail: kishor.amc@gmail.com


Dr. Md Sibli Ahmed

  • Currently working as pathologist at CMH Rajshahi.
  • He worked as resident of pathology in AFIP from Jan 2021- Dec 2023.
  • Worked as graded specialist (clinical pathology) in CMH Jashore from Aug 2019 to Dec 2021.
  • Completed training on clinical pathology in AFIP from July 2017 to June 2019.
  • He worked as senior medical officer (SMO) at BAF base Paharkanchanpur, Tangail from July 2016 to June 2017.
  • Worked as medical officer at United nations mission in Liberia (UNMIL) from July 2015 to June 2016.
  • Worked as officer commanding in CMH Ruma, Rangamati from September 2014 to June 2015.
  • Worked as medical officer in 81 Field Ambulance, Mymensing from January 2014 to Aug 2014.
  • Publications: 3



Dyshormonogenetic goiter is a rare cause of congenital hypothyroidism occurring due to a lack of enzymes necessary for the synthesis of thyroid hormones. It is morphologically characterized by architectural and cellular pleomorphism that may mimic thyroid malignancy and cause difficulties in differential diagnosis.

We report a new case occurring in a 9-year-old girl with history of hypothyroidism since two years of her age and treated by thyroxin. She developed a progressively slow growing multinodular goiter. Computed tomography revealed an ill-defined nodular lesion in left lobe with heterogenous densities and a small hypodense, nodular lesion on the right thyroid lobe. A total thyroidectomy was performed.

Gross examination revealed an enlarged and multinodular thyroid gland. Histologically, the features were consistent with dyshormonogenetic goiter.

The literature on the histopathology of dyshormonogenetic goiter is reviewed and clues to avoid inappropriate overdiagnosis of malignancy are given.

Pineal Parenchymal Tumors: Experience in a Tertiary Care  Hospital in Bangladesh

Dr Sifat Shams,1 Prof DrNowfel Islam,2 Dr Shawni Saha,3 Dr Sagana shahreen,4 Dr Zenat Ahsan5


1Medical officer, Department of Neuropathology, National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital

2Professor and Head of the department of Neuropathology, National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital

3Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, Shaheed Shuhrawardy Medical College

4 Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital

5Medical officer, Department of Neuropathology, National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital


Dr. Sifat Shams, MBBS, MD (Pathology), Medical Officer, Department of Neuropathology

National Institute of Neurosciences & Hospital, Sher-E-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka.

Email: sifatshams24@gmail.com


Dr Sifat Shams completed her MBBS from Mymensingh Medical College in 2012 and later she accomplished MD in pathology from Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. She did her MD training from Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka, Bangladesh. During her MD course, she had conducted research on “Immunohistochemical Expression of Estrogen (ER) and Progesterone (PR) in Malignant Epithelial Ovarian Tumor and Correlation with Its Grading”. As a co-author, she also had another three publications, one on the topic of gastric carcinoma and another two on cervical carcinoma. Now she is working as a medical officer in the Department of Neuropathology at National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital, Sher-E-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka. During her working period, she also did two case reports on “Cauda equina neuroendocrine tumor” and “Lafora disease’. She is also associated with a few research projects of neurosurgery department. She has lot of interest in Neuropathology and molecular techniques. Besides her regular works, she is also taking part to run Fluorescence In situ Hybridization (FISH) in the Department of Neuropathology at National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital,.



Background: Pineal parenchymal tumors (PPTs)are rare and the incidence ranges from 0.4-1% in adult population. The morphology of tumor varies from the well differentiated pineocytoma to poorly differentiated pineoblastoma. Pineal parenchymal tumor of intermediate differentiation (PPTID) and papillary tumor of pineal region (PPTR) are in between.This single institutional based study aimed to find out the frequency and histologic spectrum of pineal parenchymal tumors in a tertiary level hospital in Bangladesh.

Objective: To evaluate the frequency of pineal parenchymal tumors and their histomorphology along with immunohistochemistry at a tertiary level hospital in Bangladesh.

Methods: It is a cross sectional observational study based on archival tissue and records.

Result: A total of twenty cases were searched out from 2019-2023 (5 years). Themale to female ratio being 1.5:1. Pineal parenchymal tumor of intermediate differentiation (40%) were the most common pineal parenchymal tumors found mainly in adult population while pineoblastomasmore frequent in pediatric group. Histological variations were observed in all cases. Out of 20 cases of PPTs,16(80%) cases were synaptophysin positiveand 10(50%) cases were positive for NSE. All cases of PPTs were negative for EMA and PanCK. Ki67 labelling index was lowin pineocytoma (<1%) and higher in pineoblastoma (25-60%).

Conclusion: Pineal parenchymal tumor of intermediate differentiation (PPTIDs) is the commonest type of pineal parenchymal tumor. It occurs mainly in adult.Pineoblastoma is the most frequent one for pediatric population. For diagnosis of PPTs, only histopathology is not enough, immunohistochemistry should be used as diagnostic adjunct.


Keywords: Pineal parenchymal tumor, Pineal parenchymal tumor of intermediate differentiation, pineoblastoma, papillary tumor of pineal region

Pattern Approach to Interstitial Lung Diseases


Dr. Uma Debi  

MD (Radiodiagnosis,AIIMS)

Additional  Professor

Department of Radiodiagnosis and Imaging

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research,

Chandigarh (UT) – 160012 INDIA

Phone: +91-172-2704121

Mobile: +91-9417526614

Fax : +91-172-2744401, 2744450

Email: debi_uma@yahoo.co.in


  • Published 75 papers in international & national journals
  • One book published and contributed 7 chapters in books
  • Member of 15 National and International societies
  • Projects (n = 27) Extramural, Intramural and Departmental
  • Papers/Posters presented in conferences (n = 60)
  • Received 7 awards including Winner of International Association For the study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) – 2019 as one of the member of multidisciplinary team
  • Areas of Research Interests: Lung malignancy, ILD, Pulmonary infections, and Cardiomyopathy



Interstitial lung diseases (ILDs) are defined as a group of diffuse lung parenchymal diseases which result from damage to the lung parenchyma caused by different degrees of inflammation and fibrosis.It refers to variable patterns / diseases characterised histologically by inflammatory infiltrate in the interstitium with variable degree of fibrosis. Correlation of clinical, radiological and pathologic features is often required to reach a correct diagnosis of ILD. According to the updated American Thoracic Society–European Respira­tory Society classification, idiopathic interstitial pneumonias (IIPs) are ILD’s of unknown etiology sharing common clinical features and can be categorised into (a) “chronic fibrosing IIPs” (idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and idiopathic nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP)), (b) “smoking-related IIPs” (respira­tory bronchiolitis associated interstitial lung disease (RB-ILD) and desquamative interstitial pneumonia (DIP)), and (c) “acute or sub acute IIPs” (cryptogenic organizing pneumonia (COP) and acute interstitial pneumonia (AIP)) and (d) “rare IIPs” (lymphoid interstitial pneumonia (LIP) and idiopathic pleura-parenchymal fibro-elastosis (IPPFE)). Furthermore, it has been acknowledged that a final diagnosis is not always achiev­able, and the category “unclassifiable IIP” has been proposed. The diagnostic interpretation of the IIPs is often challenging because other diseases with a known etiology (most notably, connective tis­sue disease and hypersensitivity pneumonitis) may show similar morphologic patterns. Indeed, more emphasis has been given to the integration of clinical, computed tomographic (CT), and patholog­ic findings for multidisciplinary diagnosis. Typical CT-based mor­phologic patterns are associated with the IIPs, and radiologists play an important role in diagnosis and characterization. Optimal CT quality and a systematic approach are both pivotal for evaluation of IIP. Interobserver variation for the various patterns encountered in the IIPs is an issue. It is important for radiologists to understand the longitudinal behavior of IIPs at serial CT examinations, espe­cially for providing a framework for cases that are unclassifiable or in which a histologic diagnosis cannot be obtained.

Digesting 2015-2021 WHO Lung Cancer Classification, Commets And Conclusions



Professor MB Zaman, MD, FCAP


Dr. Zaman was born in Sylhet, and studied medicine on a scholarship in King Edward Medical University, Lahore, Pakistan from 1964-69. His post-graduate training was in pathology from 1970-76 in Mount Sinai Hospital and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York. On completion of a Fellowship in Cytopathology, he was offered Assistant Professorship in Cornell University and served as Assistant and Associate Attending Pathologist in Sloan-Kettering for 16 years. His research was in “Early diagnosis of lung cancer by sputum cytology”.


He became Professor of pathology at New York Medical College and served there from 1991-2005. He was also the Chief of Cytopathology and Program Director of Pathology Residency at Westchester Medical Center. During this period and up until the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020, he came to his native country a dozen times to teach cytology, particularly FNA-cytology to PG-students and Pathology Faculty of Bangladesh. These 3-5 days long teaching-sessions were arranged in the PG-Institutes of Dhaka and was attended by 100+ participants each time.


Dr. Zaman has dozens of peer-reviewed publications on lung cancer detection and has authored major chapters on FNA-cytology in Koss’ text book of cytopathology.


Dr. Zaman is a Diplomate of American Board of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and holds Sub-specialty certification in Cytopatholoy. He is a fellow of the College of American Pathologists and past-president of BMA-NA.


Dr. Zaman is now retired, but continues to teach Pathology Residents of New York Medical College and gives free online (Tele-pathology) histopathology consultation services for “Difficult cases of Cancer Diagnosis” to Bangladeshi Pathologists on a daily basis. The patients are not billed for this “Expert-consultation” from the USA.


From January 2022, Dr. Zaman initiated a systematic bi-weekly (Fridays BD-time 7-9pm) WebEx based virtual remote-course in Histopathology. A select group of 36 Professors and Associate Professors of Pathology from all PG-institutes of Bangladesh (with the potential to become effective teachers) listen and interact. The teaching faculty includes 2 of his former Residents/Fellows, now in leadership positions in the USA and Canada. This remote pathology course continuesthe last Friday of the month in 2024.


(Updated March 2024)

Evolutionary Changes in Pathology and its Digital Future

Professor. Dr. Mohammad Zillur Rahman

MBBS, M Phil (Pathology), PhD

Professor and Chairman

Department of Pathology,

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU),


Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Cell phone: 01819315116
email: drzillur@bsmmu.edu.bddrzillur@gmail.com


Dr. Mohammaad Zillur Rahman was born in Chattogram on 16th November 1966. He graduated MBBS from Chittagong Medical College in 1991. He completed M Phil in Pathology in 1997 from IPGM&R ((now BSMMU). Later, in 2009, he was awarded PhD from the Faculty of Science of University of Chittagong. He published 77 original articles along with a few case reports in many international and local journals. He authored a text book titled “Pathology Tutorial” for undergraduate medical students. He also authored 15 literary books containing poems, essays and translations.


Human dissections, autopsies, microscopy, as well as the development of histopathological, immunohistochemical, and molecular techniques are involved in the history of pathology. Our understanding of anatomy and disease improved through these methods, and models of pathogenesis were refined over time.

Pathology plays the pivotal role in driving healthcare to understand diseases. Continuing improvements in digital technologies could make this subject more efficient and more scalable. The job of pathologists could be transformed into a more creative and data-driven profession while allowing patients to receive diagnoses faster and more accurately. Let’s see what the digital future of pathology looks like! Key milestones in the evolution of pathology as a branch of medical science, from ancient civilizations to the modern day are discussed here.

These abstracts were collected for Souvenir of International Scientific Conference. I have insert these abstract according to alfhabetic serial of name of presenter – Dr. Sadequel Islam Talukder



Tribute to Professor K M Nazrul Islam


Professor Abdul Mannan Sikdar


The modern trend of histopathology in Bangladesh was unveiled through the hands of Professor K M Nazrul Islam.  This he built up gradually acquiring knowledge and skill by vast reading and training under very competent teachers from the Illinois University at JPMC, Karachi. His keen observation power, attitude towards life, politeness but strong character, affection towards students, and delivering difficult subjects in a simple way attracted and influenced the students and colleagues alike.

Professor K M Nazrul Islam  was born on June 16, 1931, and had schooling at different parts of East and West Bengal.  After graduating from Dhaka Medical College in 1958, he worked for a brief period at Rajshahi Medical College and then went to Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre (JPGC) in Karachi for studying Pathology.  After obtaining  M. Phil. Degree in Pathology in 1963, he joined  the faculty of JPMC as Assistant Professor.  Professor Islam returned to Bangladesh in 1973, fleeing through Afghanistan. On returning, he joined the then IPGM&R.  He was promoted to the post of Professor in 1977 and served as head of the department until his retirement in 1991. He joined BIRDEM as an honorary consultant the same year and continued till 2000.


Professor K M Nazrul Islam led a successful professional life, creating a modern trend in histopathology teaching and service in Bangladesh. At IPGMR, he trained more than 70 pathologists. His students are successfully executing their duties in the country and abroad.  The fact that histopathology service is widely available throughout Bangladesh can be credited to his name.   Prof. K. M. Nazrul Islam was also a fellow of the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons, a Commonwealth Fellow, and was awarded honorary Ph. D. by the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University in recognition of his work in the field of pathology.

Professor K M Nazrul Islam was a pioneer in histopathology in Bangladesh. Before that, there was no effective and widely accepted or popular histopathology practice in the then East Pakistan. After Bangladesh became independent, there was a modest beginning of the subject with fresh enthusiasm in IPG&R at Shahbagh, Dhaka.


However, it started gaining popularity and impact in clinicians and patients only when Professor K M Nazrul Islam joined the department in early 1973. As soon as he started joining symposia, seminars, and classes, he was becoming highly popular. Students, clinicians, and everyone were amazed to see his depth of knowledge and very impressive way of presentations.


Later, when he became Head of the Department, he took the initiative to improve and update the system for effective training for the postgraduate students.


It was a landmark history he made by establishing a first ever private practicing  histopathology lab in Dhaka, Bangladesh.


He gained so much confidence among the clinicians and patients all over Bangladesh that the words “Histopathology and K M Nazrul Islam” became synonymous.


Professor K M Nazrul Islam died on 11th June 2017, a month after the death of his wife. He left behind four daughters, two sons, ten grandchildren, and hundreds of pathology and other clinical peers.  He will always be regarded as a great teacher and true mentor by his students.


Before conclusion, I like to say, an ever great teacher and initiator, he was to start the histopathology in Bangladesh.

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10 April, 2024

Dear members of BAP,
The election commissioner invites nomination form for the election of the councilors for the tenure of 2024-2025 in the duly filled nomination form attached herewith. The date of election is 26th April 2024.

To complete the total election procedure in time and make BAP functioning with its executive committee, the election commission has made the following decisions:
1. Each member can elect maximum of eight (8) councilors from the previously elected
councilors and maximum ten (10) councilors from the new candidates.
2. All the proposed names for councilor, who will give their consent, will be put for vote
on that day.
3. Eight councilors who will be elected from the previous elected quota, the name will
be omitted from the general quota.


Schedule of the BAP Election 2024-2025

  • Last date of receiving nomination form: 20th April 2024.
  • Last date for withdrawal of nomination: 21st April 2024.
  • The candidate must clear all the dues and fees of BAP to be eligible.
  • Incomplete forms and those not received within specified date will be rejected.
  • The duly filled nomination and withdrawal forms attached herewith can be submitted
    by E-mail / WhatsApp number given below / by hand at the following address:
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    WhatsApp phone number: +8801819259101. Email: akhtershabnam66@gmail.com
  • Declaration of final list of eligible candidates: 23rd April 2024
  • Date of Election: 26th April, 2024
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 Thanking you,

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Bangladesh Academy of Pathology, 2024

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Journal of Histopathology and Cytopathology
Vol 8, No 1, January 2024

Official Organ of Bangladesh Academy of Pathology

1. Importance of Synoptic Reporting for Specimens with Cancer Diagnosis
Akhter S
Original Contributions
2. Histomorphological Pattern of Fallopian Tube Lesions in a Tertiary Care Hospital
Jannat T, Jeba R, Nahid MS, Ahsan MM
3. Evaluation of Immunohistochemical Expression of p53 in Colorectal Carcinoma
Mouri MJ, Kabir E, Begum S
4. Immunoexpression of WT1 in Astrocytoma and its Correlation with Histopathological Grade
Kabir E, Dewan MK, Nahar R, Afroz S, Rahman S, Islam T, Hoque KR
5. Evaluation of Pediatric Common Solid Small Round Cell Tumors: An Immunohistochemical Study
Nahid MS, Begum F, Jinnah MS, Emita U,Alam MM, Siddiquea A, Anam T
6. Association between Histomorphological Types of Hydatidiform Mole and the Expression of Ki67 Immunohistochemical Marker as well as β-hCG Level Status
Hossain S, Jeba R, Khan ZB
7. Cyclin D1 Expression in Different Grades of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Study Based on Small Biopsy Samples
Hasem AS, Hye AQ, Mimi SA, Rahman MM, Nahid MS, Emita U, Afroz S
8. Evaluation of PD-L1 Immunoexpression  in Resected Samples of Colorectal Adenocarcinoma: A Study on 64 Cases
Jahan I, Dey BP, Akhtaruzzaman M, Hossain KH, Alam M, Rahman MZ
Case Report
9. Swyer Syndrome with Gonadoblastoma: A Case Report
Ahmend TB, Haque ME, Huq N

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Journal of Histopathology and Cytopathology

Official Organ of Bangladesh Academy of Pathology

Vol 7, No 2, July 2023

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1.      Challenges and Prospects of Establishing a Genome Sequencing Laboratory in Bangladesh
Rahman DA
Page: 52
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2.      Ultrasound Guided Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology of Lung Lesions
Jahan RA,  Asafudullah SM,  Sultana R, Hossain SM,  Sultana S
Page: 55
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3.        Histomorphological Patterns of Different Breast Lesions in a Tertiary Care Hospital
Afrin T, Asafudullah SM, Khanam K, Sultana A, Sarkar A, Islam N, Sultana S
Page: 62
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4.      Evaluation of Cyclin D1 Expression in Paediatric Common Solid Small Round Cell Tumours
Nahid MS, Begum F, Jinnah MS,Chakravarty S, Siddiquea A, Hasem AS, Hossain MS
Page: 69
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5.      Morphological Patterns of Glomerular Diseases among Children Studied by Light and Immunofluorescence Microscopy at Selected Tertiary Care Hospitals
Haque MA, Akter H, Roshid SB, Haque MS, Khanom K, Badiuzzaman S, Hoque MM
Page: 80
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6.      Use of Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy to Detect Metastatic Spread in Axillary Nodes in Primary Breast Carcinoma
Roshid SM, Kamal M, Hoque MM, Haque MA
Page: 89
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7.        Histomorphological Pattern of Vocal Cord Lesions in a Tertiary Care Hospital
Awal N, Rahman MS, Ray S,Naha A, Yasmin R, Sharmin L, Alam MS
Page: 95
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8.      Role of Reticulin & Masson’s Trichrome Stains in Evaluation of Extent of Fibrosis in Bone Marrow Biopsies: A Histochemical Study on 36 Cases of Primary Myelofibrosis
Afroz S, Dey BP, Yasmin R, Kabir E, Shiraj-Um-Mahmuda S, Islam T, Shabnam US, Kabir A
Page: 103
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Case Reports
9.      STUMP of Prostate Gland – Case Report
Begum A, Shaikh AU, Kamal M
Page: 112
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10.  Coexistence of Psoriasis and Leprosy: A Rare Case Report of Long-standing Dermatological Conditions
Roshid SM, Tasnim F,  Hoque MM
Page: 116
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11.  Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Breast in a Lactating Mother: A Rare Case Report
Rahman DA, Sarmin R
Page: 119
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12.  Published Erratum
Page: 123
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13.  Information for contributors
Page: 124
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Official Organ of Bangladesh Academy of Pathology

Vol 7, No 1, January 2023
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Article Title
PD-L1 Expression in Colon Carcinoma: A Promising Target for Immunotherapy
Mimi SA
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Immunohistochemical Evaluation of Ki67 Expression in Premalignant and Malignant Esophageal Lesions – Study of 54 Cases in a Tertiary Care Hospital
Sultana S, Afrin SS, Khan ZB, Zabin SG, Sweety RA, Islam MA,Shaheen N, Jahra FT, Jeba R, Dewan RK
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Histopathological Analysis of Uterine Lesions in Hysterectomy Specimen at a Tertiary Hospital
Hossain MS, Sultana SS, Hossain SA
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Role of FNAC and Core Needle Biopsy in the Diagnosis of Breast Lesions
Sarkar A, Asafudullah SM, Khanam K, Jahan RA, Afrin T, Sultana R
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Evaluation of Stromal CD10 Expression and its Correlation with other Clinicopathological Factors in Invasive Breast Carcinoma
Imrana F, Mamun MS, Hossain SM, Hassan A
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Stromal Expression of CD10 in invasive Ductal Carcinoma and its Relationship with ER, PR and HER2-neu StatusImrana F, Mamun MS, Hossain SM, Hassan A
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Cauda Equina Neuroendocrine Tumor – A Case Report
Shams S, Islam MN
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